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Indian School of Business

Posted by klocadmin in Asia-Pacific B-schoolsB-schools, on July 15, 2015

Indian School of Business is a private B-school in India with campuses at Hyderabad and Mohali. ISB is a not-for-profit organization funded entirely by corporates, foundations, and individuals from around the world. Its PGPM program is ranked very high among the international B-schools.

  • Facts and Figures:

An Overview

LeagueTop Tier
Program Duration1 Year
Class Size879
Average GMAT Score707
Average Work Experience5 Years
Program Cost$45,000

Source: http://www.isb.edu/pgp/peer-group/class-profile

  • Recruitment at Indian School of Business:
Shapoorji Pallonji & Company Pvt Ltd
Kotak Mahindra Group
BIOCON Limited
Aditya Birla Group Leadership Programs
Ernst & Young LLP
Unilever Supply Chain Company, Switzerland

Source: http://www.isb.edu/pgp/careers/Recruiting-Companies

  • Apply to Indian School of Business:

The deadlines for the 2019 admissions have been announced. Mark your calendars for these dates:

Domestic Applicants

Round 1- September 15th, 2018

                     2 months, 29 days, 16 hours, 26 minutes ago

Round 2- December 15th, 2018

                     in 7 hours, 33 minutes
  • Essay Topic 2018-19:

Essay 1:

At ISB we value diversity as it enhances both the in-class and out of class learning experience. Tell us how would you contribute to the same? (400 words max)
Essay 2:

Enrolling in a Business School is an important career decision. Critically look at your career to date, the choices you have made, the key influences behind those choices, your goals for the future and how do you think ISB’s PGP can help you in achieving your goals? (300 words max)

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