“I can talk English, I can walk English”, said Amitabh Bachchan in 1982 (Namak Halaal).
India is not a closed economy, anymore, like in the 90s. It is competing on an international ground. Indian students have the brains, but what they lack are presentation and expression.
When you interact with people of other nations you create a global network. You learn their culture and become adaptable. The western culture has a lot we can learn from, such as their eye for detail and their finesse. They do not rush things to get them done but believe in quality over quantity.
When your network is limited “the one view is the only view.” Going abroad helps you understand different points of views and broaden your perspectives, as well as adds cultural diversity. When you interact with students from different backgrounds you are able to look at the same problem from multiple angles. It develops your thinking and allows you to think lateral and divergent.
Xplora Design Skool offers interactive courses with China and Canada.
- Indo-China Project
This course allows Indian students to interact with Xplora students from China on a digital platform. Students at both the campuses are assigned final year projects which must be done along with their colleagues on the other campus.
- Indo- Canada project
This course offers an opportunity to the students of Xplora Mumbai, Ludhiana and Ahmedabad to do their first year in India and the second year in Red River College, Canada. Canada is the digital media capital of the world, providing students the opportunity to begin their career in the hub of digital design.