Johns Hopkins Carey Business School signs with insendi to support the delivery of their online business courses

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School building

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and leading online education company Insendi will be working together to provide high-quality, engaging online programmes for business education. The programmes will be developed and delivered on the award-winning insendi platform with courses designed specifically for Carey Business School’s executive education programs and business management academies. Carey’s non-credit executive educational program provided 80 courses to more than 1,500 students each year.

Leading academic in education technology and cofounder of Insendi Dr. David LeFevre also warmly welcomed the agreement:

“Insendi is a company which grew out of university research and a commitment to education as well as cutting-edge technology. We have every respect for the commitment of our colleagues at the Carey Business School to an outstanding education and student experience. We are looking forward to working with their expert teaching and professional support staff to deliver exceptional online courses to the high standard which business students at an exceptional institution such as Johns Hopkins rightly expect. Our ambition is to ensure that this experience is equivalent to the best face-to-face teaching, and one which both students and teachers will find truly rewarding.”

The Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University is insendi’s 15th University partner, and first full-scale collaborator in the United States. The school will launch its first course with Insendi, Foundations of Leadership and Management, in December.

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