ABOUT US

OUR STORY

At iEXP 360, we embarked on a journey to redefine learning beyond the conventional classroom. Nestled in the diverse tapestry of India, our vision was to blend the transformative power of Experiential Education with the rich cultural heritage of this land. Our story began with a dream to connect students with the heartbeat of India and Nepal, transforming their perspective through immersive educational experiences.

From the bustling streets of Mumbai to the serene peaks of the Himalayas, we’ve created a world where learning transcends borders and where adventures turn into life lessons. Our team, a blend of seasoned educators and local experts, brings an array of programs alive, each crafted to ignite curiosity and foster global understanding.

Join us in this journey of exploration, growth, and discovery, as we continue to create bridges of knowledge and culture, shaping a new generation of global citizens.

OUR TEAM

Sandesh

Sandesh
Head of Operations - India

Samrat

Samrat
Founder and Director

Krishna Patel

Krishna Patel
School Programs - India Head

Dave Dennis

Dave Dennis
Risk Advisor

Ethan Knight

Ethan Knight
Board Advisor

Divya

Divya
Head of Operations - South India

Prabha

Prabha
Head of Operations - Nepal

Piran

Piran
Head of Operations - N.E. India

Facilitators who work with us

TESTIMONIALS

“I can NOT stress enough how amazing this program was. The caliber of the speakers we got to be in the presence of and absorb knowledge from was crazy. I could not be more grateful for how well y’all did finding speakers. I also could not thank them enough for taking the time out of their day to educate us. It was phenomenal all around.”

Diara Kim
University of Texas
(Health Care Administration)

“My favorite activity was probably being able to enter the first prayer session at the monastery, and hiking in Pelling. I think both allowed for personal reflection while experiencing things that I don’t think could experience otherwise on my own. And being able to listen to lectures made experiencing India a lot more applicable and exciting.”

Emma Inge
Linfield University
(Journalism and Media Studies)

This trip more than exceeded expectations. We so appreciate the time, effort and care that went into its planning and execution. Samrat is our hero! We had such a rich experience, in all aspects. A thousand thanks.

Dawn Nowacki
Linfield University
(Professor of Political Science)

“I think the pre program stage worked really well. It was very reassuring for me to know that things were well planned. Every little detail was thought through and arrangements made for it.”

Nehal Dani
BD Somani International School (Teacher)

“The program coordinator’s openness to feedback and customization, coupled with prompt communication and outstanding facilitators, contributed to the program’s success. Additionally, the provision of prompt medical support underscored a commitment to participant well-being. The inclusion of a nature trail and facilitators collaborating with teachers were particularly appreciated, enriching the overall learning experience.”

Minal Gala
BD Somani International School
(Primary Principal)

“I did not have any struggle with my safety or cultural orientation throughout this trip. I’ve personally never been out of the country much less anywhere by myself besides moving to college and I never once struggled. They thoroughly covered every point and it made things much easier to navigate. We felt like pros by the time we were closing in on the end of our trip.”

Bethanee Calicott
University of Texas (Nursing Major)

How did the field leaders do? Any special words for them?

“The field leaders were super amazing, very helpful and kind. They truly entertained and gave lot of learnings during the activities. I would like to thank all leaders and one special word for them ‘HEROES.’”

Hiral Panchal
(Student)

How was the program experience for you?

“If I found it fun where you can step out of your comfort zone, where you can be independent and stay with friends.”

Eva Zaveri
(Student)

What are the top 3 things you learned?

“1.To co-ordinate with your team and listen to their ideas.

2.There are many types of spiders and birds.

3.I know now how to organize yourself better.”

Krishiv Jajodia
(Student)

What are the top 3 things you learned?

“1.A lot of plant names and how to recognise them.

2.I learned how to adapt to nature.

3.How to make use of what I have and not in your comfort zone.”

Pushti Thacker
(Student)

ASSOCIATIONS

• Member of the Standards and Accreditation Committee with GAP YEAR Association 

• Will be open to support Clery reporting and access to contact documentation 

• Fair Trade Learning is critical during any Community Engagement