Business News | Shaping an entrepreneurial mindset through quality business education – Archyde

New Delhi [India], Jan. 22 (ANI/Mediawire): Entrepreneurship is not just about doing business and creating new businesses. It is characterized by the ability to spot and seize opportunities, turn ideas into action, and plan and control processes to achieve goals. These qualities are essential to help today’s students fulfill their potential as they strive to tackle big problems and make a difference in the world.

As such, universities have an exciting opportunity – and a responsibility – to prepare young people for the reality of entrepreneurship and the broader business landscape. James Cook University (JCU) Singapore has a solid range of business programs designed to help students stay current and meet the challenges of tomorrow.

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Pankaj Kumar – graduate of Master of Business Administration from JCU, Singapore – shares: “I was attracted to study abroad at James Cook University, Singapore because of their academic reputation and highly experienced faculty. I found opportunities for personal growth and further development of classroom knowledge through the quality of education, research opportunities, international exposure, wide range of extracurricular activities and much more.”

The Master of Business Administration has a number of main options – including Analytics and Business Solutions; creative marketing; entrepreneurship; finance; global talent management; and MICE, tourism and hospitality. These different paths allow students to sharpen their knowledge in specific areas while developing broader entrepreneurial perspectives. These specializations are also important assets in a difficult labor market. According to Professor Abhishek Bhati, Campus Dean and Head of Learning, Teaching and Student Engagement at JCU Singapore: “In this VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world, we need to ensure that JCU graduates are equipped with relevant knowledge , skills and attitudes to achieve desirable outcomes in their professional field.”

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JCU was a choice Pankaj made after careful consideration of the university’s academic reputation and its highly experienced faculty. Recently, JCU was accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) for excellence in business education. In addition, the university prides itself on its education outside of the classroom, offering plenty of hands-on experience, research opportunities, international exposure, a wide range of extracurricular activities and much more.

Today, Pankaj is an entrepreneur and payments professional, having founded his own start-up MSS Payments. MSS Payments is his second venture into the FinTech space and has grown into a global name in digital payments. The company currently has digital payment systems in India, Kenya, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Myanmar and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Singapore’s convenient access to Southeast Asia and the rest of the world makes it one of the best places to pursue personal growth and connect with businesses from around the world. Pankaj credits his diverse and international experience at JCU, Singapore to hone his skills and knowledge and prepare him for his entrepreneurial journey. He says: “As a result of my time at James Cook University, for which I am truly grateful, there have been many opportunities to hone my craft and there will continue to be many opportunities to learn more ways to hone my craft. In this unfamiliar study environment, I learned how to deal with people of different nationalities, to respect different cultures and to build trust in all areas, which allowed me to achieve what I wanted in my life much earlier than I expected.”

Looking back on his fulfilling time at JCU, Pankaj has some advice for freshmen: “You learn something new every day. As a student, you are constantly learning with the goal of graduating. Take the initiative.” and start your educational journey abroad early and stay focused. You’ll experience some ups and downs, but keep pushing forward because you’ll be rewarded at the end of the day. Be active, not only in your studies but also in extracurricular activities.”

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