An executive MBA, or EMBA, is a graduate level business degree. An executive MBA program is a lot like a regular MBA program. The main difference is that an executive MBA program is primarily designed to educate working executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and other business leaders.
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Top Executive MBA Programs in Business in India 2019
Institute Of Finance And International Management (IFIM)
A specially delineated program for working executives, from all management bands, intended to equip them with
Executive PGDM in Business Analytics in association with IBM.
Program Duration: 15 Months
A specially delineated program for working executives, from all management bands, intended to equip them with -
Relevant theoretical and practical knowledge to implement Business Analytics solutions in their respective organizations.
Imparting skills to help them move up the professional ladder.
Rs. 4.5 Lacs (with part payment facility)
Education Loans and Group/Corporate Packages are also available.
Owing to its industry orientation, the program has the following benefits:
Virtual classes with hybrid nature of program delivery
AICTE approved EPGDM degree.
Only Institute in Bangalore to offer EPGDM in Business Analytics (in association with IBM).
Certification of program completion from IBM.
Curriculum designed and delivered by a consortium of highly qualified and experienced faculty from IFIM, IBM and other industry experts
Industry experts to mentor students and help them counter real-world challenges.
Peer group interaction with students from various sectors/companies for interaction and cross-fertilization of ideas
Hands-on work experience at the IBM Business Analytics Lab on campus, equipped with latest tools and software
Convenience of weekend classes that do not disrupt work schedule
Campus located in the heart of Bangalore’s technology hub-Electronic City
Online resource material organized through a Learning Management System (LMS)
Access to IBM’s online and printed learning resources
Assistance with lateral placement (if required)