Apply to DexSchool Class of 2020
Dates: June 1 - June 7
Location: Institute of Rural Management Anand, Gujarat, India
Dexterity School of Leadership and Entrepreneurship is a world-class leadership development program building service-oriented leaders for India and the world.
weeklong in residence
Students spend a weeklong residential program over summer
yearlong active mentoring
Graduates receive year-long active mentoring to help them move forward in their careers
lifelong support system
Graduates become lifelong members of a global community of leaders at the fore of change
Class of 2020 will meet at the historic Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA) in Gujarat, India from June 1 - June 7, 2020
Here's a one-minute clip from Rajya Sabha TV's documentary on IRMA showcasing its rich history and legacy and 60-acre landscaped campus with world-class facilities.
All teenagers (ages 13 - 19) are eligible to apply to DexSchool.
Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA), Gujarat, India.
The Class of 2020 will meet between June 01 - June 07. The arrival date would be May 31, 2020 and the departure date would be June 08, 2020.
The last date to submit your application for DexSchool Class of 2020 is April 15, 2020.
Note: Please do not wait until the last minute to submit an application. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and it is strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible.
Information for Low-Income Students
Through a financial aid policy that says, "If you can pay, you pay. Else, we pay for you", Dexterity Global's Office of Financial Aid ensures that DexSchool is accessible to students from all income groups and zip codes. These cases may include but are not limited to students who lost a parent or an earning member of their family, families in possession of a Below Poverty Line (BPL) Card, or those who attend lower income schools or come from extremely marginalized communities.
Applicants will include in their applications if they want to be considered for need-based financial aid. Admission decisions are made on a fully need-blind basis and thus applying for aid has no bearing on the applicant's chances of getting in.