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education Updated: Dec 09, 2009 09:20 IST
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The Indian School of Business (ISB) has announced the launch of PGPMAX, a postgraduate programme in management for senior executives. The programme incorporates practices and knowledge from the Kellogg School of Management and The Wharton School. It will be offered part-time, over a period of 15 months and is specifically designed for executives with an average work experience of at least 10 years. The programme will begin from June 2010 at the ISB campus, Hyderabad.

Learners will participate in classroom sessions of six days every six weeks, over the 15-month duration.

The course is intended for execs who have excelled in finance, marketing, sales, operations, healthcare, information technology, customer service and are now aspiring to move into general management positions. An international immersion is a part of the course.

During the immersion, participants will attend classes at Kellogg School of Management and The Wharton School, visit companies abroad and meet international industry leaders.

The selection of candidates will be on the basis these parameters — quality of work experience; evidence of professional success; business leadership potential; analytical and communication skills.

University of Greenwich starts MBA in India
Greenwich University, UK, is offering management programmes at the campuses of its partner institutions in India. MBA in infotech is offered at Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT), Jaipur, for which admissions would open next month. Visit www.mnit.ac.in or call 0141-2713205/2529078.

The other collaborative programmes are MBA in international management and UG courses in biotechnology, which would be run at the Apeejay Svarn International College (ASIC), Greater Noida. For details, call 0120-2326021/ 23 or visit www.apeejay.edu/asic.

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