After comprehensive academic study, extensive case study discussions, and rigorous exams—they’ve done it.
In the last few weeks before Smartly graduates its pioneer MBA class, we wanted to feature some of our outstanding students. Current Smartly student Adrian De Smul, who works at McKinsey and graduated from Princeton, tells us about his decision to join Smartly and plans for the future in the interview below. Browse, connect, and …
We want to prove to the world that education can be effective and successful when free and online.
Seymour Papert passed away this weekend. His ideas have helped us form the pedagogical approach behind Pedago and our first product, Smartly.
For years, Chris was convinced that gaining an MBA from a top business school would lead to guaranteed success and happiness. In the end, he turned his acceptance down.
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business adopts Smartly to teach all incoming MBA students business fundamentals.
First and foremost, we want to uphold our mission to expand access to low-cost education. Not just “education” but superior education.
Michael Horn, author of Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools talks about disruption in the EdTech space.