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BITS Pilani Announces Admissions To Work Integrated Learning Programme

The programmes promise industry-relevant higher education experience to work professionals, without taking a sabbatical.

BITS Pilani has announced its next cycle of admissions for its Work Integrated Learning Programmes (WILP) that are designed for and offered to only working professionals looking to upgrade their educational qualifications in industry-relevant technology and management domains.

Over the last 40 years, BITS Pilani's WILP has enabled over 87,000 working individuals to get industry-relevant higher education certificates without taking a professional hiatus. The curriculum is always being changed and modified to match the most recent technological advancements and market trends. WILP provides opportunities to advance your career and stay current with the goal of providing the finest quality experience and a dedication to openness.

WILP offers B.Tech., M.Tech., M.Sc., MBA, and Diploma programmes designed specifically for working professionals in industries such as IT & ITES, Automotive, Manufacturing, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, and BFSI. The programmes employ a Continuous Evaluation System, which examines students at convenient and regular intervals. A system like this gives fast and regular feedback, which helps busy working professionals stay on track with the programme. These Higher Education Programs for Working Professionals are available in high-demand areas for a variety of critical industry sectors. 

Prof. G. Sundar Director Off-Campus Programmes & Industry Engagement, BITS Pilani, said “While working professionals strive to excel in highly technical and challenging careers, we aim to provide them with the highest quality education experience relevant to their specialisation along with opportunities to upgrade and stay relevant, and that too without having to take any career breaks.”


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