MBA stands for Master in Business Administration and consists of a program of curriculum that provides a foundation in the core concepts of business, including management, finance, economics, sales, marketing, human resource management, and supply chain management.
Found in the Southern part of Asia, the Republic of India is second most populated country in the world with approximately 1.27 billion people. India has four types of universities; Central Universities, State Universities, Deemed University and Private Universities consisting in over 550+ institutions.
Top MBA Programs in Management in India 2017/2018
School of Management at ITM University offers Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program to the students graduating from any discipline. [+]
The PGPM + UGC recognized MBA is a two year, full time combination program that is delivered under the semester scheme. RIMS’ tested and widely accepted autonomous program [+]
Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) + UGC recognized MBA
RIMS offers the following combination programs:
Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) + UGC recognized MBA (from the University of Mysore)
The PGPM + UGC recognized MBA is a two year, full time combination program that is delivered under the semester scheme. RIMS’ tested and widely accepted autonomous program complements a UGC approved program. A rigorous and industry-crafted curriculum delivered by “best-in-class” faculty ensures excellent career opportunities while the recognized degree / diploma opens up doors for further studies at a later stage. This is the ultimate choice for any aspirant... [-]
The HBS MBA program aims to stimulate your growth in a number of distinctive ways: General management focus; Case method;Community experience;Global reach;HBS network... [+]
The HBS Advantage
Preparing Students for a Lifetime of Leadership
is a community of people engaged in many activities focused on one purpose developing leaders. Our MBA graduates use the skills they develop here to inspire change and innovation throughout their lives-- in business and in other organizations, in their communities, and in society.
Admission to Harvard Business School is really an invitation. We ask you to engage the sum of your talents, your experience, and your dedication in an intensive, two-year program of transformation. Here, we encourage you to challenge your assumptions, acquire new skills, examine unfamiliar possibilities, imagine unexpected opportunities and, most of all, to assume responsibility for yourself and for our world.... [-]