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Amani Institute

Create social change

Lynn University’s academic collaboration with Amani Institute, a non-profit based in India and Brazil, focuses on developing next generation leadership. Gain knowledge, insights and skill-sets to drive positive social change.

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With this curriculum, you’ll gain business and management skills from Lynn’s MBA program. And you will take part in Amani Institute’s nine-month program—four months of study in-person and five months of study online with international peers. You’ll also have the opportunity to:

  • Design innovative solutions for issues you’re passionate about
  • Participate in a customized apprenticeship in an organization of your interest
  • Experience a signature personal development curriculum
  • Take inspiring field trips to beautiful locations abroad
  • Extend your global network
  • Build relationships with colleagues from around the world

With completion of Lynn and Amani courses, you'll earn an MBA in social innovation management.

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