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CHALLENGE STUDENTS & DISCOVER TALENT

THE GLOBAL ACADEMIC BUSINESS NETWORK

Real-World Challenges

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Increase your Employability

  • Work on complex and demanding challenges with fellow students.
  • Get insights into interesting employers in a privileged manner.
  • Demonstrate your competencies and complete your CV with faculty & industry endorsed certifications.
It was a chance to refine my skills getting really deep into an up to date business opportunity while working collaboratively with industry leaders and talented team members.
Brandon Evans, Full Time MBA ESADE Business School

Challenge-based Education

  • “Flip” the classroom by introducing real-world challenges into the syllabus.
  • Develop competencies with your students which will count for them once graduating.
  • Get industry intimacy through project partner’s challenges.
Students nowadays understand the value to start collaborating with companies during their studies.
Anabel Ternès, Professor, Chair of Institute of Sustainability

Next Generation Academia

  • Introduce multi-disciplinary and multi-campus challenge-based competency development activities.
  • Change the perception and recognition of your academic program and institution.
  • Foster a highly engaged, satisfied and dedicated student body.
Challenges allow students to develop relevant competencies for their future in the labor market.
Chris Kennett, Ph.D., Director, International Undergraduate Business Programs LaSalle

Enhanced student experience through industry relations

  • Put corporate challenges to work with teams of international students.
  • Provide insights to student skill sets and innovation transfer.
  • Engage industry relations and corporate development in multidisciplinary challenge activities.
Connecting the university to industry through the Academic Business Network of TELANTO, helps us to enhance the student experience in a differential way.
Marta Fernandez Bertos, Executive Director, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Europe

Career Services re-thought

  • Corporate recruiters are looking for innovative and digital ways to hiring student talent.
  • Proven skills and competencies help Talent Acquisition managers to take informed decisions about new hires.
  • Challenge-based hiring allows students to demonstrate their skills in front of potential employers, while contributing solution proposals to corporate challenges.
When rating new graduates in terms of the competencies, teamwork/collaboration topped the list, with critical thinking/problem solving receiving the second-highest rating.
National Association of Colleges and Employers, NACE, Recruiting benchmarks survey report 2016

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