Is it time to reconsider the approach of traditional business schools? There is growing attention on experiential learning, raising questions about the significance of theoretical learning in today's dynamic business environment. While exchange programs and entrepreneurial courses show progress, many believe they do not fully meet the demand for practical, hands-on learning experiences. As the landscape of education evolves, institutions are redefining the learning experience by emphasizing practical application over traditional theory-based instruction.

Leading this shift is Tetr, with its flagship four-year bachelor's in management and technology program. The curriculum is tailored to provide hands-on experience, from launching e-commerce ventures to developing social enterprises. Guided by a distinguished academic council including experts from Stanford, MIT, ex-Softbank, and Wharton, Tetr's learning model nurtures adaptability, innovation, and cross-cultural awareness, essential skills in today's interconnected business world.

The hands-on approach is supported by distinguished faculty with extensive real-world experience. Educators such as Prof. Mihir Mankad from Harvard University, Prof. Shad Morris from MIT Sloan, Dr. Edward Rogers, the former chief knowledge officer at NASA, and Dr. Viney Sawhney from Harvard will impart practical knowledge and experience to the students. Additionally, Faverie Stephane, executive group president at Estee Lauder, will offer insights into brand management and luxury business strategies, enriching students' understanding of these critical aspects of the industry.

At Tetr, the focus is not only on who is teaching but also on the delivery of courses. Each course in the curriculum follows a How to Workshop Approach, enhancing the practicality and applicability of the topics taught in the classroom. Furthermore, students explore vibrant cultures across the world, visiting financial hubs like the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Ghana International Trade Fair, and LATAM's large conglomerates like Petrobras & Vale, to gain firsthand exposure to diverse economic landscapes and global business practices.

Scheduled to begin in September 2024, Tetr aims to enroll a select group of high-achieving students representing the top one percent of their respective fields globally. Tetr is offering scholarships worth $200,000 to 60 talented students who aspire to leave a mark in the world of entrepreneurship. It prioritizes real-world experiences, mentorship from industry leaders, and global education to equip students with the skills, knowledge, and confidence they need to excel in entrepreneurship and business leadership.