Mesa School of Business Secures INR 34 Cr Led by Elevation Capital, Others
Elevation Capital has led a funding round for Mesa School of Business, which raised INR 34 Cr. Other participants in the funding round include angel investors like Kunal Shah, Vidit Aatrey, and Abhiraj Bahl, among others.
With the newly raised funds, the startup aims to create a curriculum and collaborate with startup leaders and potential future employers to provide education to an initial group of 60 students, as per reported by Inc42.
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Mesa School of Business was established in 2023 by Ankit Agarwal and Varun Limaye. Initially, the school offered a one-year, full-time Postgraduate Program in Startup Leadership. Upon completion of the program, the students are promised access to leadership roles in startups and tech companies throughout the country.
The founding team of Mesa School said, “We have kept ‘learning by doing’ as the core principle of the program where every candidate will get to learn business directly from startup CXOs and practitioners, build startup businesses from scratch as part of coursework and deeply immerse themselves into Bengaluru’s startup ecosystem.
According to the higher education startup, the inaugural cohort is scheduled to start this September for the one-year program, with a fee of INR 14.95 Lakh. Mesa School also mentioned that there will be scholarship opportunities available for certain students.
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About Mesa School of Business
Founded by alumni from Harvard Business School (HBS) and Kellogg School of Management, the Mesa School of Business flagship programme, the PGP in Startup Leadership, is a 12-month, in-person extensive business program designed to develop strong Business Technology Leaders.