Aga Khan Academies partners with Ryerson University on training for innovation

Students from around the world will participate in the summer program

The Aga Khan Academies global network of schools and Ryerson University have established a partnership to help develop Academies students as part of the next wave of socially conscious young innovators.

Ryerson is providing 12 fellowships over three years for Academies students and faculty to attend the Ryerson DMZ Sandbox Basecamp summer programme, an intensive six-week programme for young entrepreneurs. The collaboration between the two institutions follows a visit by Mohamed Lachemi, president and vice-chancellor of Ryerson University, to the Aga Khan Academy Hyderabad in 2017.

Source: Ryerson University News and Events / March 01, 2018

Author: ismailimail

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