Futurense announces strategic alliances with universities in United States

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Futurense announces strategic alliances with universities in United States
Futurense announces strategic alliances with universities in United States

Futurense developed a groundbreaking platform that pays students for learning and upskilling, removing financial barriers and transforming the landscape of education and professional development.

Futurense, an innovative startup that has been revolutionizing the educational journey for engineering students in India, is excited to announce its strategic alliances with prestigious universities in the United States through its newly launched initiative, Futurense.uni. These collaborations mark a significant achievement for Futurense in its mission to guide and empower aspiring Indian engineers, facilitating their pursuit of advanced education and professional growth in the US.

With the aim of bridging the gap between academia and industry skills, Futurense was founded to address the challenges faced by ambitious Indian engineers and businesses seeking skilled talent. Under the visionary leadership of GenZ Co-Founder & CEO Raghav Gupta, Futurense developed a groundbreaking platform that pays students for learning and upskilling, removing financial barriers and transforming the landscape of education and professional development. The strategic partnerships with esteemed US universities like Case Western Reserve University, Rutgers Business School, DePaul University, and The State University of New York at Buffalo, offer Indian engineering students access to world-class faculty, cutting-edge research facilities, and exceptional academic resources. This collaboration also introduces a dual coursework option, including Advanced PG certificates from reputable Indian institutions such as IIMs. This innovative approach allows students to pursue master’s degrees in emerging fields like Business Analytics, Business Intelligence, Information Technology & Analytics, and more in the US, without the traditional constraints of entrance exams like GMAT/GRE/TOEFL/IELTS. This, in turn, significantly reduces program fees by up to 50%.

Raghav Gupta, Co-Founder & CEO of Futurense, shared his perspective on these partnerships, stating, “Futurense has always aimed to solve problems for Indian engineers. We’ve recognized that these aspiring individuals aspire to study abroad, particularly in the US, for global exposure. Yet, they encounter challenges such as financial limitations and visa rejections. Through the Futurense US Pathway, our objective is to democratize global opportunities for these aspiring engineers, helping them realize their potential and make their mark globally.”

Vikas Gupta, Chairman and Managing Director of Futurense, echoed this sentiment by highlighting the potential of Indian talent and the quality of candidates sought by US universities. “Having worked with leading US universities for over two decades, we’ve seen the caliber of talent they seek. Simultaneously, we’ve witnessed the exceptional potential of Indian talent. The Futurense US Pathway, in collaboration with institutions like Case Western, Rutgers, DePaul, SUNY Buffalo, and others to follow, is bound to unlock limitless opportunities for both these universities and Indian talent.”

As Futurense continues to redefine engineering education and dismantle barriers, these strategic partnerships underscore the company’s unwavering dedication to nurturing a new generation of engineers, poised to tackle global challenges and drive innovation.

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