Making MBA affordable for students during troubled times

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Making MBA affordable for students during troubled times

Saturday, 04 July 2020 | PNS | Jamshedpur

Despite the recession that may follow post COVID, one can still successfully plan an MBA during COVID 19 crisis. However, students now will have to up their skill and adapt to the circumstances forced upon them by the pandemic.

Sunstone Eduversity, an edtech startup is addressing this with technology led pedagogy and a highly attractive business model. The Pay After Placement model brings in accountability for the students. On completion of the course and only after getting a job, the student is required to pay the course fee which is ten times an individual’s monthly salary

Ashish Munjal, CEO & Co-founder, Sunstone Eduversity said that Sunstone’s unique Pay after Placement model is offered in partnership with several colleges and private universities. Sunstone works closely with corporates to develop industry ready specializations such as BFSI, Logistics, Sales Management, Digital Marketing and others.

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