Executive Education

Public policy and related aspects are evolving rapidly. There are several factors at play – the rapid inroads of tech into everyday life, changing dynamics between Society, Government and Business, increased demand for evidence-based policymaking, and, growing inter-connectedness between nations, resulting in experience-sharing and cross-pollination of best practices.

With so much change taking place, policy professionals (specifically in fields such as public policy and administration, corporate policy, social sector, politics, media, journalism, and communications) have a lot to keep up with. Kautilya’s executive education programs help young and mid-career professionals skill/up skill themselves through a range of programs facilitated by the world’s leading facilitators.

Initially online, the programs will subsequently move to a blended learning format.

Why Kautilya

World-class faculty, including professors from the world’s most respected institutions such as Harvard & Stanford

Infrastructure and campus facilities on par with the best institutions in the country

Networking opportunities with leading companies and individuals from related sectors

Wide range of subjects such as decision analysis, crisis management, political campaign management, ethics in journalism, governance reforms, etc.

How you benefit

  • Opportunity to learn from global thought-leaders & practitioners
  • Access to cutting-edge content and experienced guest faculty
  • Hands-on learning on the subject matter
  • Engage with peers from your field, exchange ideas and build your network
  • Access to wide range of reading material necessary to widen perspectives
  • Industry-valid experience, training and certificate
  • Job-relevant skills for further career progression

Program highlights

  • Online & Offline pedagogy to help you learn in safety and comfort, from wherever you are
  • 12-16 hours of live, immersive, fast-paced learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Upcoming programs

Ethical reporting in challenging times

By: Glenn Kramon, Editor for The New York Times & Faculty, Stanford Graduate School of Business

For: Mid-career professionals, young journalists, news reporters, influencers and promoters, and students who aspire to learn about ethical reporting, interviewing and writing

At: Online

Media and the State

By: Nidhi Razdan, Award-winning journalist & Former Executive Editor, NDTV

For: Young to mid-career media professionals as well as those in Government

At: Online