- Ernst and Young Global Ltd has decided to offer a fully certified corporate Master of Business Administration (MBA) to the EY employees.
- This new initiative with the Hult International Business School will help the people to explore new things in the field of AI, Blockchain Technology.
Ernst and Young Global Ltd has decided to offer a fully certified corporate Master of Business Administration (MBA) to the EY employees. The courses offered in collaboration with the Hult International Business School. The course would enable 284,000 Ernst and Young employees across the globe in 150 countries to pursue the tech MBA virtually, as encouraged during this pandemic. The degree will be certified by Hult Business School, which is for its skill-focused studies and practice learnings. It is considered one of the top business schools globally. Further, Hult is the US’s first triple-accredited business school.
Rise of 40% In The Usage Of Online Resources
The initiative by Ernst and Young aims at focusing on important corporate skills such as technology, leadership, management, business, and marketing. The course is completely virtual, as mentioned above, and is accessible to all EY people irrespective of their locations and prior qualifications.
The EY people will be able to brush up their business and technical mindset, which will help to contribute towards the growth and new ways of working of the company. Amidst the pandemic usage of online resources raises almost 40% driving its people towards greater use of virtual learning.
Exploring the Fields of Business, AI And Blockchain Technologies
The EY Global Chairman and CEO, Carmine Di Sibio, has said that during these unprecedented times of Covid-19, the skills of the EY employees and their ability to communicate with the clients will be the X factor.
This new initiative with the Hult International Business School will help the people to explore new things in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Blockchain Technology. It will help them to come up with new strategies to cope up with the global crisis. Further, online resources would help them to develop a world-class business as well as leadership skills.
Employees Will Have To Earn All 16 Badges To Be Certified
This initiative will be the very first of its kind, where the main objective will always remain on focusing on technical skills as well as business strategies. The main motive of Ernst and Young will always remain to become the world leader in terms of skills development, as said by the global Vice-Chair at EY, Trent Henry.
The employees will have to complete all the 16 badges in the full course time of approximately 300 hours to be fully accredited, and the topics they would cover will be related to technology, business, and leadership. Thus, A capstone project will mark the end of the program.