At ESEI, we believe that learning shouldn’t be a solitary experience. We believe in the power of working with others to solve real-world challenges.
That’s why we make it a priority to help you learn through Project-Based Learning (PBL). PBL is an approach to learning that enables you to work with others on projects that are meaningful to you and your career goals.
You work in groups with other students to solve real-life business challenges—projects that require creativity, collaboration, communication, negotiation, and problem solving skills.
These skills are just like those required in the workplace!
We encourage professors to plan activities outside of the classroom so you can practice these skills in class with other students and help local companies to solve real-life business problems.
If you’re looking to gain the practical experience you need to succeed in the real world, then our PBL approach is the answer! Our courses are designed to give you the tools and skills you need to be successful in your career—and we’ll do it in a way that’s fun, engaging, and immersive.
It's a hands-on approach to learning that lets you get involved in the process of solving real-world problems.
PBL adds a lot of value, meaning, engagement and fun to your learning experience. By the time you graduate from ESEI, you will essentially have a portfolio of work, valuable connections and business opportunities to help you in your career growth.
ESEI faculty are facilitators of learning. They are here to guide you through your learning process and help you achieve your goals. They create the project briefs and oversee the progress that teams are making week after week, with regular check-in points.
ESEI students have worked on projects with businesses, acted as consultants in key strategic areas and proposed solutions that have been welcomed and implemented by companies in different sectors. Check out some of the projects below.
With PBL, you'll be able to solve problems in ways that are more practical, relevant, and meaningful than traditional classroom learning.
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