A 21st century learning platform.

At the intersection of business and technology.

Disrupting the status quo of higher education.

The Perpetual Skills Gap

Within the world of business, hiring managers have been very clear for years that there is an incessant skills and knowledge gap between employer demands and potential employee competencies. College graduates are particularly vulnerable here since their college education is not living up to expectations upon graduation. Research indicates that many of the basic skills that employers across the board are looking for today are not being taught in college. For example: cross-cultural communications, critical thinking, digital literacy, and basic coding.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are between 6-7 million job openings in the United States at any one given time. Amazon alone has 30,000 positions open as of December 2020.

In order to bridge this gap, students should be learning relevant skills and concepts, while industry partners should be a part of the conversation with Higher Education. Think about it. If students are going to college to prepare themselves for a lucrative, fulfilling career, shouldn’t the very organizations that are doing the hiring have a say in what colleges are teaching students?

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Higher Education is Antiquated

It is no secret that Higher Education has not kept pace with the demands of students or industry in today’s fast-changing, technology-driven world. For decades, the expectation has been that it is necessary to have a traditional 4-year college degree in order to have a fruitful career. But now we can learn anything and everything our hearts desire for free – thanks to Google. So what is the true value of a college degree today? Does it make sense for students and their families to spend tens – if not hundreds – of thousands of dollars for a diploma only to then realize they need be re-trained at that entry-level job that earns them a fraction of what they just spent on tuition?

What about grade inflation? What about the lack of progressive technology used as teaching tools? Do universities exist to conduct research or educate students? Why are professors still using expensive textbooks? Why isn’t every college student required to learn coding? Shouldn’t there be a tighter link between one’s education and one’s career? Shouldn’t everyone be entitled to higher learning? There must be a better way to deliver Higher Education in the 21st Century.

What If…

Edstutia was developed with the student at the center of it all. It is an online, modular learning platform positioned at the intersection of business and technology. The content is driven 100% by workplace demands and vetted by an Academic Advisory Board comprised of professionals who represent a variety of industries and sectors. By teaching students relevant skills and reshaping their mindset about business today, the ultimate goal is for students to not only land well-paying, desirable jobs, but to also bring value to an employer from day one. 

Experiential learning is at the heart of Edstutia – from engaging, hands-on projects in the ‘classroom’ to immersive experiences in AR/VR to our 21st Century apprenticeship program. To stay relevant and agile, we are committed to adapting our curriculum in real time given direction from the Academic Advisory Board.

Read on to learn more about how it all works and if Edstutia is right for you.

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