Indian School of Business (ISB) will soon start off-campus post graduate programme in management to cater to working professionals and entrepreneurs.
This is the first time the leading business school, which has campuses in Hyderabad and Mohali, would be offering an off-campus course.
PGPpro, a weekend post graduate programme in management, would be offered in Delhi and Hyderabad on weekends for mid-career professionals, ISB said in a release today.
It would be for a duration of 16 months and classes would commence from January 2017.
Admissions would be on a rolling basis and deadline for applications is November 15.
According to ISB, the programme is designed for mid-career professionals with at least five years and maximum of 12 years of work experience.
PGPpro Professor Dishan Kamdar, Deputy Dean of academic programmes, said this is the first-of-its-kind post graduate programme that would be offered off-campus.
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