- Through WILL professionals can upskill across domains and career streams such as management, marketing, finance, analytics and human resources
Global University Systems (GUS), an international network of higher-education institutions launches its executive education initiative ‘WILL’ -Work Integrated Learning for Leadership. WILL offers executive programs through its academic partners like UPES, Edology, Edvancer, EDGE Metaversity and Jolt, which have been co-created by them with organisations like KPMG, IBM and IIT-Kanpur’s E&ICT Academy.
Being a part of GUS, an established global education provider with over 60,000 students in six countries, including the UK, Germany, Canada, Ireland, Israel and Singapore, WILL aims to bring global offerings in executive education.
WILL offers bespoke upskilling solutions for every stage of the employee cycle which not only help them stay engaged and motivated in their roles but also give them the chance to broaden and deepen their skills and knowledge throughout their career, ensuring that they remain competent in an increasingly volatile and uncertain world.
Through WILL professionals can upskill across domains and career streams such as management, marketing, finance, analytics and human resources. These MBA, PGP and certification courses in Data Sciences, Renewable Energy, Industrial Safety, Metaverse Game Design, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and more are designed with a comprehensive approach based on the learning and development needs of organisations and individuals. WILL also brings NAMBA (Nurturing and Advancing Managerial Business Abilities)– a first-of-its-kind program to India, in partnership with Jolt, an Israel based global learning solutions provider.
Additionally, WILL offers exclusive, customized leadership programs like ‘Shakti’- women leadership program, ‘Pragati- senior leadership program and LEAP- for young potential leaders. Leveraging strong collaborations and the legacy of GUS in the education space, WILL is set to become an acclaimed partner for executive education in the next few years.