Lincoln University, TimesPro partner to launch its first MBA programme in India

Lincoln University and EdTech platform TimesPro to launch their first MBA programme in India through online interactive learning techniques.

Lincoln University and TimesPro partner to provide MBA programme in India. (Picture: Press Release)Lincoln University and TimesPro partner to provide MBA programme in India. (Picture: Press Release)

Ishita Ranganath | October 4, 2022 | 04:03 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Lincoln University, an educational institution based in USA joins hands with an Indian Educational Technology platform TImesPro. This partnership aims to provide Indian students with an MBA programme by highly trained faculty.

The TimesPro-Lincoln University Master of Business Administration programme plans on keeping its traditional form of learning by focusing on developing advanced analytical skills in students along with tools and techniques from behavioral and quantitative sciences. TimesPro will be delivering live lectures through its 'state-of-the-art' Interactive Learning (IL) platform using a Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode of learning. This mode of online learning includes proven pedagogy of tools and techniques with lectures, capstone project, case studies among other methods.

The students will be taught by Lincoln's faculty with a variety of concentration area. The learners will get a selection of subjects such as international business, financial management and investments, general business, management information systems, human resources management, executive MBA and marketing management to specialise in. Additionally, The programme will allow the students to involve in internships and research projects that will be assessed by the Lincoln University faculty.

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TimesPro's Higher EdTech programmes are specifically created to meet industry requirements and fused with technology to make them accessible. TimesPro has previously worked with various premier educational institutions and leading MNCs to provide solutions to boost employability. "The partnership will give Indian students the access to Lincoln University’s highly sought-after MBA programme that will empower them with the skills and competencies required to succeed in dynamic environments.” said TimesPro, CEO, Anish Srikrishna.

Mikhail Brodsky, acting director of general education program, Lincoln University, said, “We are pleased to introduce our MBA programme to our Indian students to skill our learners in modern management practices through our dedicated resource teams in the USA. Business education would lead to the creation of several employment opportunities and new businesses. The knowledge imparted by our varied and experienced faculty would build the capabilities of our learners through a scientific approach to the programme.”

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