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Insper's Executive Education has more than 100 classes open
Our Executive Education portfolio has nationally and internationally recognized courses and options designed for each moment of professional life.
Insper’s Executive Education courses keep on expanding their operations. In all, the institution has 103 new classes available, scheduled to start in the last months of 2020 and throughout 2021. They were designed to fit the different professional practice fields, adapting to each participant’s profile of interests and goals.
For Insper’s Academic Coordinator of Executive Education, Rodrigo Amantea, expanding the offer, even in a year in which we face a pandemic, has been an exercise in adapting topics and delivery formats. “Constantly adapting our course portfolio in Executive Education is essential to meet our students’ different realities,” the Coordinator comments.
Part of this adaptation effort could be seen in the launch of the Live Learning courses. They have an online method that promotes live interactions between professors and students, stimulating learning and networking through teaching dynamics that make courses interactive and engaging. This new format also came to make it possible to reach new audiences, who could not always attend classes on campus.
The course portfolio prepares attendees for the challenges in the fields of Public Policy, Law, Finance, Leadership & People, International Affairs,Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Education, Marketing, and Strategy & Business. In 2019, 4,293 students completed their short and medium-term open enrollment courses at the institution.
This year, Executive Education courses gained another advantage, beginning with the digital issuance of certificates.
Also, for ten years, Insper’s Executive Education courses have been included in the international ranking of the Financial Times newspaper, which selects the world’s best courses and has renowned institutions such as Insead, Harvard, Stanford, and IMD.