The Post Graduate Program in management (PGP) is ISB's flagship program, developing global leaders with insight on emerging economies and their unique business challenges. The program incorporates practical industry applications with a rigorous, cutting-edge research-based curriculum.
Students interact, learn from and engage with eminent management intellectuals, who bring with them research and teaching experience from leading B-schools across the world. Their distinctive research ensures that the program offers content that is contemporary, innovative, and truly global.
ISB’s strong associations with renowned B-schools across the world such as the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and the London Business School ensure that the curriculum is up-to-date in terms of theoretical intensity and practical relevance.
Eligibility criterion for PGP
To be eligible for admission to ISB, one needs to have:
- A Bachelor’s degree in any discipline.
- Preferably two years of full-time work experience after graduation. Exceptional candidates, with less work experience, are considered for deferred admission.
- GMAT / GRE score
- TOEFL / IELTS / PTE score, only if language of instruction during undergraduate education was not English.
Duration of PGP
Typical Class Profile
|Average Work Experience||5 years|
|Average GMAT score||710|
|Average Age||27 years|