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International B-Schools eye Indian mid-career students

Leading international B-Schools like Duke CE, Harvard, Garvin School, ESCP-EAP European School of Management, University of Texas at Austin-McCombs and Thunderbird School of Global Management look for Indian students to pursue management degrees.

Apnaloan.com Research Bureau

11 Sep 2007

Leading international business schools like Duke CE, Harvard, Garvin School, ESCP-EAP European School of Management, University of Texas at Austin-McCombs and Thunderbird School of Global Management are reportedly looking keenly at enrolling Indian students, especially those wanting to pursue mid-career executive programmes.

Most of these B-Schools are looking at companies to offer customised programmes or joint programmes with premier management institutes in India such as IIM-Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Kolkata, ISB-Hyderabad and MDI Gurgaon.

ESCP-EAP European School of Management has five campuses abroad and now plans to launch customised education programmes and offer open enrolment programmes in India. The institute may also tie-up with SAIL and Maruti to offer customised executive education programme.

ESCP-EAP European School of Management is set to offer a short-term executive education programme for a corporate house and test the market here. Currently, this B-School has Indian students in its MEB programme.

Many foreign B-Schools are also approaching Indian counterparts like IIM-Kolkata and IIM-Ahmedabad to offer joint programs.

While IIM-Kolkata does not plan to come up with joint programmes, IIM-Ahmedabad already has joint programme with Duke CE.

The institute is also talking to other foreign business schools for other joint programs.