Johns Hopkins and Insendi sign online education partnership

Johns Hopkins and Insendi sign online education partnership

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has partnered with edtech company Insendi to provide online programmes for business education.

With the partnership, the institution’s online learning programmes will be developed and delivered on Insendi’s platform, with courses designed specifically for Carey Business School’s executive education programmes and business management academies.

Carey Business School is a part of US-based private research university Johns Hopkins University. The institution offers full-time, part-time, and online MBA and MS degrees. Its non-credit executive education programmes provide 80 courses to more than 1,500 students each year.

Insendi is an edtech platform that specialises in helping institutions implement new models of high-impact, transformational online education. It was recently acquired by international education provider Study Group.

Johns Hopkins to launch its first course with Insendi this December

The Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University is Insendi’s 15th university partner, and its first full-scale collaborator in the United States.

The school announced that it will launch its first course with Insendi, Foundations of Leadership and Management, in December 2020. 

Commenting on the development, Dr David LeFevre, Co-Founder of Insendi said: “Insendi is a company, which grew out of university research and a commitment to education as well as innovative technology. We have every respect for the commitment of our colleagues at the Carey Business School to an outstanding education and student experience.

“We are looking forward to working with their expert teaching and professional support staff to deliver exceptional online courses to the high standard which business students at an exceptional institution such as Johns Hopkins rightly expect.”

On the partnership with Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, Dr LeFevre added: “Our ambition is to ensure that this experience is equivalent to the best face-to-face teaching, and one which both students and teachers will find truly rewarding.”

Emaido Affia | Global Education Times (GET News)

Emaido Affia is a Nigeria-based reporter for Global Education Times who covers stories from North America, MENA and Africa for the publication. Emaido is an experienced journalist and is also a lifestyle blogger in her free-time.

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