The Indian School of Business (ISB) is a private business school founded in 2001 by two senior executives of McKinsey & Company, Rajat Gupta and Anil Kumar. ISB is the first business school in India to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).However, ISB is not accredited by the Indian statutory body, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) as ISB has chosen not to apply for its accreditation. ISB has been ranked 33rd in the world in the 2015 Financial Times Global MBA Rankings. ISB offers the following programs:
An incisive one-year programme designed for mid-career professionals.
Targeted at high-calibre senior executives and business owners, with 10 to 25 years of work experience involving extensive managerial responsibility.
Designed for individuals who have a passion for research and learning and are keen to pursue an academic career.
A comprehensive general management programme designed for young business leaders of family businesses who intend to manage their business.
Programmes for working professionals that are designed to provide timely learning interventions that help them progress in their careers.
Eligibility for PGP
Eligibility for PGPMAX
Eligibility for FPM
Eligibility for MFAB
There are no cutoff marks for either the academic credentials or the GMAT score for selection in PGP at ISB. The admissions committee â€œholistically evaluatesâ€ the candidates based on the parameters specified below.
The candidate’s leadership potential in a professional setting is gauged based on the impact the candidate has made in their professional and academic life. This facet is evaluated on the basis of the initiatives that the candidate has taken in his academic and professional life and his career growth.
Diversity of various forms like work experience, educational background, nationality etc. are encouraged in the PGP programme.
Candidate’s past academic performance and the GMAT score is taken in consideration to understand the candidate’s potential to excel and outperform in a rigorous environment. However, as mentioned above no “cut off” criteria is applied to either the academic credentials or the GMAT score.The average GMAT score of the class of 2014 was 710.
More Info at: http://www.isb.edu/pgp/admissions/selection-criteria
The most recently revised fees of ISB Hyderabadis tabulated below (as on May'15)
|PGP||Rs. 25.44 lakhs|
|PGPMAX||Rs. 33.95 lakhs|
|MFAB||Rs. 33.70 lakhs|
FPM students are offered living expenses in the form of monthly stipend of Rs. 40,000 per month.
The following data of the PGP batchportrays the diversity at ISB.Gender Diversity
The following graph depicts the gender diversity of the 2015-16 batches at both the ISB campuses.
Students with work experience ranging from 2 - 14 years are a part of the 2015-16 PGP batch of ISB. The average work experience is 4.7 years at both the campuses.
The batch of 2013-14 comprised of 766 students across Hyderabad and Mohali. The 2014 placements saw an 8% increase in the total number of offers. The average age of the batch was 27 years.
|Final Placements of 2015 at a glance||2013 - 2014|
|Total No. of Students Participating||766|
|Total No. of Companies||350|
|Total No. of Offers||884|
|80% Mean Salary||18.15 LPA|
|80% Median Salary||18.00 LPA|
The following is the function-wise break up of the placements.
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