EY as part of the year end financial review mentioned a business school that they have. They have a Tech MBA that they are offering all their employees.

Ey says that it is open to their 300,000 employees in over 150 countries.

This new MBA will allow employees to learn about technology, leadership and business skills anywhere in the world since it is virtual.

If you study for this MBA you will build your own personal curriculum from subject areas such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotic process automation, personal wellbeing, diversity and inclusion and sustainability.

The website goes on to say that this MBA builds on EY badges which are digital credentials. I believe all of the big 4 accounting firms have some sort of tech accreditation like EY badges at this point.

To earn the EY MBA by Hult you must complete 16 badges spanning technology, leadership and business topics as well as three pillar papers in a final capstone project. The total time commitment of this MBA is 300 hours.

I’ve never heard of Hult business school before but if you check out their website they say that they are a nonprofit that seeks to be the most relevant business school in the world. They will seek to do this by using their global reach and always being creative, entrepreneurial and on the cutting edge. Their aim is to have a positive impact on individuals and organizations by transforming their management practices.

They say that they have a learning by doing approach to school and this is why they partnered with EY.