MIT Professional Education Fosters Global Learning with Dynamic New Digital Learning Offerings

Uniquely designed courses and multilingual professional certificate programs ensure high-value and effective learning experiences in the post-COVID-19 era

MIT Professional Education is breaking down barriers to global learning with the launch of several new highly market-relevant digital learning offerings.

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“Our world today presents big learning needs and challenges. We believe many of these challenges can be addressed by leveraging the reach and power of online and remote learning. We’re bringing education to places where people want and need it most; where it can spur innovation and inspire individuals and organizations to conceive and implement innovative solutions,” said Bhaskar Pant, Executive Director of MIT Professional Education.

The continuously expanding portfolio of digital learning offerings now includes three new online courses and two professional certificate programs offered in multiple languages. The additions represent an evolution in digital learning as they are designed using the most advanced digital learning technology including interactive learning, which enables MIT faculty and instructors to deliver personalized learning experiences with measurable and meaningful outcomes.

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“Our digital world breaks down the barriers of language and the physical world, and opens unprecedented opportunities to adapt content to each student’s unique learning style and preferences. We meet students where they are located by delivering programs to them that follow inclusive pedagogical methodologies, creating learning environments that encourage creative thinking, shared knowledge exchanges and collaboration opportunities. That approach empowers learners to take the lessons learned back to their organizations and societies, and impact their world for the better,” said Clara Piloto, Director of Global Programs and Digital Plus Programs at MIT Professional Education.

MIT Professional Education’s next generation digital learning environments encourage creative thinking, shared knowledge exchanges and collaboration. Participants work one-on-one with industry-experienced course learning facilitators who speak their native language and serve as individual mentors. In addition, participants have the opportunity to learn from their peers with similar and/or diverse backgrounds in other parts of the world.

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