PSFK chats with the founders of Enstitute, the apprenticeship-based, higher education program that is trying to replace college by creating an environment where students learn by doing.

PSFK interviewed the founders of E[nstitute], a start-up redefining higher education through a two-year, apprenticeship-based, higher education model where students learn by doing. In addition to a curated curriculum, students will gain firsthand experience working directly under entrepreneurs, turning startups and small businesses around the world into classrooms. Interestingly, E[nstitute] is also positioning itself as an alternative path to traditional post secondary education, vying for a legitimate share of college-bound students. PSFK reached out to founders Kane Sarhan and Shaila Ittycheria to find out more. 

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