Our Design Thinking Programs for Students
Engineering, Management, Arts or Science – whatever the field of education, our customized-for-students flagship programs take into consideration the unique requirements of young adults to help them progress to the next level. Completely based on Design Thinking concepts and frameworks, these programs showcase how students can take control over their destiny by designing their future. It also explains what it takes to leverage one’s skill to align to a higher purpose. For those with an entrepreneurial mindset, there are special programs that help students to concretize their ideas before taking it to the market.All of our programs are designed with a healthy composition of relatable examples, hands-on activities on Design tools to foster collaborative great learning.
Utilize Design Thinking as a stepping stone for your enterpreneurial journey
Adopt Customer-Centricity to complete 'Customer Development' for your product (Product-Market Fit)
Apply Design Thinking Tools to visualize holistic development of your budding idea
Grab a fantastic opportunity to connect with potential investors and industry experts
Learn Design Thinking as a Problem Solving approach to tackle problems innovatively
Imbibe the knack of 'Asking the Right Questions' to solve problems correctly
Imbibe and immerse into Design Tools to enhance user-experiece, prototype products, garner user feedback, etc.
Connect the dots between industry application and academic knowledge to develop an 'agenda-setting' mindset
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- Group Activities
- Projects & Assignments
- Assessment & Certificate
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