Imperial College Business School renews contract with insendi

Imperial College Business School

Imperial College Business School (ICBS) and insendi have agreed a new five-year contract, furthering their commitment to deliver high quality online and hybrid education.

As a leading provider of postgraduate and executive business education, Imperial College Business School strongly believes that technology can enhance pedagogy and has a longstanding interest in transforming online business education through highly engaging, interactive learning experiences and innovative new delivery models including their Global MBA, currently ranked second in the world.

According to Leila Guerra, Vice Dean (Education) at Imperial College Business School:

"We are committed to providing the highest quality of education and student experience in all of our programmes. Insendi was formed here at Imperial by Dr David Lefevre, Director of our Edtech Lab, so it is fitting that we continue to work closely with insendi to deliver our world-leading digital education provision."

The agreement was also praised by the CEO of Study Group, of which insendi is part, Emma Lancaster:

“It is excellent news that the insendi team is continuing to work so closely with Imperial College Business School and that together we are continuing to innovate in higher education. Imperial College London is a global innovator in education technology, and we are proud to be working with the Business School to continue to push the limits of how digital technology enables students to thrive in an online education environment which is every bit as enjoyable and effective as in person teaching, while allowing students who have work or geographical commitments to study in flexible ways.”

With a strong foundation in educational research, insendi is a next-generation platform that puts learning at its core, empowering educators to harness new and innovative teaching methods. The aim is to support academics to share stimulating content with students which enhance all aspects of students’ learning.

Amy Braithwaite

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Amy Braithwaite is the Marketing Associate at insendi. Amy graduated with a second-class honours, upper division degree from Newcastle University and has previous experience working in marketing communications and social media, for a tech start-up company.