Stanford University Has A Program Built To Help Indian Startups

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If you're a budding entrepreneur and you are struggling to get the right guidance that can help you build a sustainable and functional business, nothing comes in more handy than the right 'training' program from a University that boasts leaders like Reed Hastings (Co-Founder Netflix), Peter Theil (Co-Founder Pay Pal), Larry Page (Co-Founder, Google) and Serge Brin (Co-Founder, Google and CEO Alphabet).

Stanford University's Business school, the Stanford Global School of Business has a 10-week certificate program that promotes entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship in India. Well, for entrepreneurs, Christmas did come early!

So, if you're wondering that it entails a long flight to California, absolutely not! This program is held at the Infosys campus in Bangalore.
The program has already provided immersive guidance to nearly 200 innovators so far and is aimed at technical professionals, innovators, and entrepreneurs with no previous graduate management education and who wish to learn and implement their learning in a short span of time. The program accepts only up to 60 individuals for a particular season. The next program will run from January - March 2017 and its applications are out now!

Let's explore the features of the program-

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Only non-managament background applicants.

Only non-managament background applicants.
The interesting part of the program is that If you have an MBA, a graduate degree in management, or extensive managerial training, you are not eligible to apply. It gives the rest of us a chance to learn management better to succeed at entrepreneurship.

The total cost would be approx. Rs. 5.7 lakhs.

The total cost would be approx. Rs. 5.7 lakhs.
The cost of attendance includes course materials, program events, and some meals - US $8,500 which is approximately Rs. 5.7 lakh.

The classroom.

The classroom.
In Bangalore, Stanford Ignite is offered as a part-time program. Through a combination of in-person instruction and live sessions delivered by distance-learning technology, the curriculum based on the Stanford campus program that is adapted for the Indian market.

Learning in and out of class.

Learning in and out of class.
Stanford Ignite provides approximately 100 classroom hours and 100 to 150 project hours which means you’re learning in and out of a classroom.

Scholarship provided to exceptional candiadates.

Scholarship provided to exceptional candiadates.
You can even apply for Financial Aid – Four Accepted applicants will be eligible to apply for a 50% scholarship.
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