WILP Establishing New Grounds of Online Higher Education

 The world is experiencing an inspiring advancement in technology and with it, comes the potential for existing and new business organization to transfigure working methods across the paradigm.

In such a scenario, organizations expect their employees to possess new and practical skills with first-hand knowledge of revised business acumen. 

Striving to excel in a highly technical career, working professionals often face a period of stagnation during their careers. It is here that, WILP (Work Integrated Learning Programmes) have started to make a change from the prior methods of learning. The programme precisely focuses on embarking on the educational needs and equipping individuals with analytical skills to give a head start to their careers.

Higher Education: A necessity!

Pursuing education on an executive level is the first step to ensure continuity and efficiency in learning. Nowadays, working professionals with technical backgrounds need to incorporate new proficiencies in their work profile to create diversity in skill sets. Many individuals face sudden dormancy in their careers and want to look for ways to upgrade and improvise upon their skills. However, due to the conundrums of daily life, it is almost impossible to take out time to pursue an educational course, while also doing a job.

WILP programme strives to solve this problem faced by working professionals by providing course structures designed in a flexible manner so as to cater to the needs of individual students. 

As organizations are also recognizing the gap of technological knowledge among employees, we see an upward rise in employers encouraging their employees to pursue executive education courses. It is because industries 

expect new and old employees both to possess practical skills, but it is rarely found as much of our education system is structured around only theoretical components. In this scenario, University-Industry collaborations are the only way to handle this huge gap between academia and industry. 

In addition to that, the new education policy announced by MOE (Ministry of Education), has strongly pointed towards designing learning pedagogies which are in unified with industry and must be work-integrated so that the working professionals can accommodate and into the new learning programme. This will help them to be work-ready and fit to be employed after completions of the programme.  

How WILP helps?

WILP (Work Integrated Learning Education), here comes to aid, bringing out a win-win situation for students. It is specifically designed and planned in a way that makes it a flexible programme. The student can easily comprehend the learning requirements and work along the curriculum stated at their pace. WILP provides opportunity in the long-run for potential students to get well-versed with industry-mentors helping students to discuss and analyze their career graph. It broadens global challenges and industry issues through a series of strong professional work, placement and many forms project-based learning.  

Learning happens on a experiential level and enables students to put theoretical concepts into practice, through frequent assignments, assimilations, and practical modeling and working mechanics of the task at hand. This gives the student a chance to address and resolute their own ways of looking at real-world problems. This establishes a strong ground for connecting theory with procedure. 

Concluding, WILP is an innovative model that will transform higher education and help aspiring students to find relevance in their careers.