Funding: None ($250 for 8 weeks class)
Deadline: Classes start September 18, apply a week before then
Location: Parami Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences
General Description: Complex problem solving is the most sought-after skill by employers, as noted by the World Economic Forum (WEF). However, complex problem solving is a skill that can only be achieved through persistent and lifelong training of the mind. Any complex problem in this modern world is intricately linked to many issues across multiple countries, fields, and languages. To address these challenges, the three major skills—critical thinking, interdisciplinary analysis, and articulate communication that are conducive towards complex problem solving will be developed in this 8-week course.
Eligibility: Anyone who wants to improve his or her skills in complex problem solving should apply. Those who are currently working are especially encouraged to apply. The minimum requirement is intermediate-level English. There is no age limit.
The program’s evaluation test dates to test students’ English level are scheduled on September 4, 7, 8, 11, 14, and 15 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm at Parami Institute.
Course days and times:
Monday & Thursday, 6:30 – 8:15 pm, starting on September 18 for 8 weeks.
$250 for 8 weeks*
25 students; this class will be co-taught by Myat Su San, Director of Communications (B.A., Bard College) and Alina Sidorova, Faculty Member (B.A., Yale University).
Application process: Interested students must call or email us to register to take the test. Apply Now @ 09 7788 69 200, 09 7788 390 92, 09 979 10 8694 | Email – [email protected]
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