Through Robinson’s immersive and experiential learning opportunities, students translate classroom knowledge into practical solutions, bridging the gap between business education and the business world.
Organizations are engaged as partners, and students get closer to business by solving real problems, creating value and showing future employers they can do the work. Available for undergraduate and graduate students, many of these experiences involve team-based learning and all of them build students’ leadership skills.
Robinson’s immersive and experience learning opportunities contain all or some of these five experiences:
- Real Business Projects – tackling a large project with a set of deliverables and a schedule
- Real Business Settings – taking students out of the class and into the field
- Real Business People – working with industry professionals
- Real Business Problems – solving problems that matter
- Real Business Impacts – producing a measurable business impact for a company