MIT G-Lab is a global consulting internship in emerging markets in which the host company sets the project focus and scope.
The MIT Sloan School of Management has selected Hexacta to be one of the Host Companies in the Global Entrepreneurship Lab (G-Lab). Only 35 organizations from 14 different countries have been invited to participate.
G-Lab is a global consulting internship in emerging markets in which the host company sets the project focus and scope.
G-Lab combines traditional classroom learning with intensive real-world experience. Student teams work on what is essentially a 4-month consulting project. From October through December, students work remotely gathering research data, and conducting extensive analysis. Then they work on-site at their host company’s offices in January, trough an intensive three-week period. At the end of the process, teams formally present their conclusions to senior management, delivering written reports and backup data detailing their analysis.
Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the MIT Sloan School of Management is one of the world’s leading business schools. Conducting cutting-edge research and providing management education to students from more than 60 countries, the School is part of the MIT tradition of excellence in education and research.
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