Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA)
- Businessworld: Ranked 1st from 2010 to 2016
- Business India: Ranked 1st from 2010 to 2016
- Business Today: Ranked 1st from 2010 to 2016
- Outlook: Ranked 1st from 2010 to 2016
- National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF): Ranked 2nd in 2016, 1st in 2017
- Financial Times Masters in Management Rankings: Ranked 1616 in 2016
- Financial Times Global MBA Rankings: Ranked 24th in 2016, and 29th in 2017
- The Economist full time MBA Rankings: Ranked 92nd in 2016
- Eduniversal Best Master's Ranking in Agribusiness/ Food Industry Management: Ranked 1th in 2016
The Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) is the doctoral programme of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
The objective of the programme is to provide students with necessary skills to identify and research complex issues in the field of management.
Read more: https://www.iima.ac.in/web/fpm
The two-year full-time Post-Graduate Programme in Management (PGP), rated as the toughest MBA programme in the world to get admission, is the flagship programme of IIMA. Its main objective is to develop young men and women into competent professional managers, capable of working in any sector of organized activity, proceeding leadership and achieving excellence in performance while contributing to the welfare of the larger society. The programme specifically attempts to:
Equip students with the required conceptual and interpersonal skills and sense of social purpose for managerial decision-making, Develop leadership capabilities to act as change agents and be a source of motivation in the organizations they work in, Nurture the desire to excel in performance without compromising integrity, honesty and fairness.
Read more: https://www.iima.ac.in/web/pgp/programme
The objective of the Post Graduate Programme in Food and Agri-Business Management is to transform young men and women into competent professional managers for the agriculture, food, agri-business, rural and allied sectors. The programme caters to the needs of enterprises serving these sectors, both domestic and international. The programme will build sensitivity to domestic and international market needs and span the entire agricultural value chain. The programme specifically attempts to:
i. Equip the participants with the requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes for managerial decision making and implementation in the unique context of agribusiness
ii. Encourage entrepreneurial capabilities in participants to make them effective change agents in agri-business
iii. Develop participants' capabilities to become leaders and nurture in them a commitment for integrity, ethics and social purpose
The Post Graduate Programme in Management for Executives (PGPX) is one of the finest one-year, full-time, residential programmes in the world. Carefully designed by the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad for bright, enthusiastic, and aspirational executives with substantial professional experience, the PGPX programme attracts top talents from diverse industries, cultures, and geographies.
Each year, the PGPX programme participants are hand-picked by the faculty of IIM Ahmedabad to ensure a rich, diverse, and well-balanced in-class learning experience for all participants.
The Faculty Development Programme (FDP) is a four-month, residential programme, specially designed for faculty members of management education and training institutes. The first FDP was offered in 1979. Since then, the FDP has been continuously modified and re-structured to address emerging developmental needs of management educators.
The FDP Alumni network has 810 members, including 80 management teachers from Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Ethiopia. These members have been contributing significantly to the improvement of the quality of management education.
The Business Management Course at IIM Ahmedabad is a Six months, full time course conducted from October to March every year, specifically designed with an aim to impart the officers of the armed forces with the contemporary global management practices through case-study method of instructions, class room studies, business presentations and Industry visits.
The pedagogy and stringent course curriculum brings to fore the analytical & managerial skills which are a pre-requisite for success in corporate career. The officers will add value to any organization and contribute effectively to its productivity & growth.
Read more: https://www.iima.ac.in/web/afp/programme
IIMA’s Executive Education Programmes are the most expansive management programmes in India, with a portfolio of over 200 programmes. Our aim is to assist the development of outstanding leaders and this is reflected in our academia. These programmes comprise multiple comprehensive programmes that are tailored to suit your needs and help emphasise your personal and professional growth.
- Strategies for Winning in International Markets
- Taking People Along: Managing by Persuasion
- Logistics Management
- Developing and Managing Brands
Facilities at Campus
Tuition & Fees
|Application Deadline||August 29, 2017||November 02, 2017|
|Application Fee||INR 5000||INR 7500|
|Shortlists||September 14, 2017||November 10, 2017|
|Personal Interviews||October 2017||December 2017|
|Final Results||November 11, 2017||December 30, 2017|
Financial Aid Availability
Who is an International student?
“I have had more than my share of talking to all of you through my music. It's a gift to be here at a place that has given me so much. It was a gift to be able to share my music with you yesterday and it's a gift to give back in a small way, however we can do it.
I just wanted to remind all of us of the beautiful verse from the Taitreye Upanishad which says: shraddhay deyam ashraddhay nadeyam, shriya deyam, bhiya deyam, kriya deyam, samvida deyam.
I was stunned to read the reports about the contributions to IIM Ahmedabad and I think there is a chance for all of us to open our hearts and our lives in many more ways and come together for our Institution which has given us all so much. I am certainly grateful.”
(Batch: 1973 )
“I thank the Institute and the Professors for making me who I am today, because without that foundation I would be nowhere; all those people who helped, mentored and built us into where we are in our lives. You talked about the match-making capabilities of the Institute and maybe, that's a nice side business, but there is one thing that we did not highlight; that statistically, more people who are married to alumni have been recognized as distinguished alumni! What did I take away from this Institute?
I took away the learning that all of us did, but two words stuck in my mind. I think the first was to be a change agent and I clearly remember that was something that Prof. Mote drilled into you. Second, again, what Prof. Mote drilled into you on Day 1 was whether you got an 'A' or a 'D' you should take a multi-dimensional approach; do not look at any problem with one dimension.
I think later in life, it always stood me in good stead, because if you look at anything in a multi-dimensional context, you will find a solution. The other thing I kept in my mind for a long time was Prof. Sudhir Kakkar's contribution - psychosocial moratorium. I always carried that in my mind; you need to look at things beyond what you are doing; you need to look at the psychosocial moratorium from time to time. We took away several things, worked on a few things, concentrated on those and they helped us become what we are.”
(Batch: 1969 )