Entrepreneurship and gender equality are engrained in EU Business School’s (EU) DNA. We believe that the cultivation of entrepreneurial skills and core leadership values will greatly assist women in successfully achieving their business ideas and professional purpose and will advance gender balance and ultimately promote female leadership. For this reason, we are delighted to support PWN Global by certifying its Entrepreneurship Virtual Program, a state-of-the-art program dedicated to giving women the hard and soft skills they need to succeed in business.
This all-encompassing, seven-month program fosters the development of women entrepreneurs by creating a space where they can acquire the knowledge required to develop a business and enhance their professional and personal capabilities. The program takes place online to allow women from all around the world to participate.
EU, with a student body that comprises 54 percent women, has been ranked as the worldwide education leader in diversity by QS Global MBA Rankings 2019, achieving 100/100 in the areas of gender balance, international faculty and student nationalities and gender balance. Certifying this program further solidifies EU’s mission to promote diversity in business.
The partnership between EU and PWN Global not only empowers women entrepreneurs through education but is also a great opportunity for EU students to work on various business projects and internships with some of PWN Global’s member companies. In line with EU’s experiential method of learning, this will allow students to gain real-world experience and at the same time provide new perspectives and solid practical recommendations for business challenges.
Vice-President and Managing Director of EU Business School, Luc Craen, is excited about the opportunities the partnership will bring women in business as well as EU students. “EU wholeheartedly supports and promotes equal opportunities in business. We are proud to certify PWN Global’s Entrepreneurship Virtual Program that will equip and inspire more professional women to be key players in the global business arena, a step forward for diversity and equality in business.”