Ed-tech companies have been evolving and making learning easier for students as well as working professionals that are planning to opt for MBA programs
Earning an MBA degree can help working professionals in receiving higher compensation, better job promotions and enhance their career opportunities. Many employers require an MBA for certain management or leadership positions as it can equip students and professionals with the skills and knowledge necessary to start a new business.
However, in an ever so challenging environment, it becomes physically and monetarily exhausting for students to pursue regular MBA. Therefore, with the changing times, ed tech companies like Jaro Education have come together to make the process beneficial for the students both financially and for their future career endeavors.
While regular MBA courses and other management courses have been said to be more expensive and time taking, ed-tech companies like Jaro Education, in association with leading management institutes, have been offering comparatively flexible and cost-effective executive MBA programs. These management courses can be pursued by individuals from all walks of life—be it entrepreneurs, students, working professionals, etc. Enrolling in one of these courses will not only help individuals learn at their own pace but also allow them to create a balance between work, study and personal life.
With the help of Jaro Education, students now have a chance of pursuing executive MBA programs from some of the leading universities like Bharati Vidyapeeth (DU) School of Online Education, Dayananda Sagar University and GNIMS. “With the growing knowledge and scope of online courses and ed tech companies, especially during pandemic, working professionals and students have begun looking for resourcefully efficient technique of pursuing MBA which will not only help them in bagging better job opportunities but also enhance their current skills that will further help them in their current organizations,” said experts at the leading ed-tech company, Jaro Education, while discussing about the changing dynamics of online education.