Amplify works to disrupt traditional financial training and education, delivering innovative, real-world simulations to many of the world’s largest financial institutions and UK universities. It aims to bridge the gap between what students are taught in theory, and what happens in an office environment on a day-to-day basis. The technology assesses technical and behavioural competencies for different financial roles, connecting a diverse range of students with competitive graduate opportunities. With offices in London, Shanghai, and new partnerships in Europe and the US, candidates worldwide can now benefit from practical education that directly and positively impacts their career.
Imperial College Business School’s Global MBA raises the bar for online MBAs. The content was carefully developed by faculty and Edtech as an engaging, interactive, reinvented MBA, alongside Imperial’s three other on-campus MBAs. Its bespoke platform, The Hub, is a fundamental part of the learning experience. Since launching in 2015 it has won two prestigious awards and achieved student satisfaction ratings averaging 4.5/5. In 2018’s QS rankings, it came first in the UK, third globally and second in terms of employability; this despite being only two years old and with a far smaller cohort than well-established competitors like IE and Warwick.
Ethics Unwrapped University of Texas, McCombs School of Business
Ethics Unwrapped is a video series and educational program aimed at improving the world by improving ethics education. This is a mature academic project that has already produced more than 130 award-winning videos, complete with supplemental teaching materials, including case studies, discussion questions, bibliographies, teaching notes, and transcripts of video narration. All of these resources are available in Spanish. The videos are relatively brief, creative, entertain-ing, and research-based. They are FREE and easily accessed on either YouTube or on the Ethics Unwrapped website: EthicsUnwrapped.utexas.edu. The videos have been used on more than 1,200 college campuses and viewed from 170+ countries.