Growing Demand For One-Year Management Course At ISB

According to the latest statistics one-year management course at ISB fetched almost 1100 + offers and placements in year 2016. Which itself is an achievement and shows how career with better opportunities can be crafted and nurtured at ISB.

The interest for admission in various PGP for management courses at Indian School of Business (ISB) has increased over the years due to high end methodology based course curriculum, industry exposure, qualified faculty to guide and strong placement track record. Compared to previous year the number of applications increased by 28% which is phenomenal.

ISB Mohali and Hyderabad are currently hot favourite destination for PGP in management studies for most MBA aspirants. Though Mohali campus started the academic functions in 2012, it receives amazing response and admission request. Currently the campus at Mohali has almost 300 enrollments whereas Hyderabad campus has approximately 850 enrollments.

ISB’s Early Entry Option (EEO) for PGP is another exciting aspect which inspires talented graduates with less than 24 months of experience, where a candidate secures a deferred admission to one-year Post Graduate Programme.

ISB PGP class for 2017 will have record number of students within its two campuses in Hyderabad and Mohali, making it one of the largest batch of any management studies offering one-year management courses in India.

With comprehensive course curriculum for variety of PGP in management available at ISB, it attracts students in India. It starts with an orientation course, helping the students to settle down with formalities, rules, regulations, culture, and campus environment. As the next step, you get eight terms and each of them are scheduled for six week duration. Core subjects gets covered in first four terms whereas the elective subjects are covered in later stages.

The best part is the uncertainty on various questions like, how one-year ISB PGP programme can cover the adequate information, if this is hampering the learning mechanism has been answered well with the results and overwhelming response from across the country. Most of the working professionals look for one-year management courses which can enhance their knowledge, make them aware of the current market trends and help them with better career opportunities. At ISB, the courses are apt for such working professionals to give their profession a newer height.

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