IIM Ahmedabad’s New Online MBA Program for Working Professionals: A Game-Changer in Hybrid Education
I am Happy on a new era of educational innovation, the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad proudly introduces its groundbreaking two-year online MBA program, set to unfold in the academic session of 2024-25. Tailored for working professionals and visionary entrepreneurs, this program adopts a hybrid learning model, marrying on-campus sessions with live interactive online modules. Embracing a case-based approach, the curriculum stands as a testament to IIM Ahmedabad’s commitment to applied learning, ensuring participants acquire practical knowledge and skills vital for success in the dynamic realms of modern business.
The Director of IIMA, Professor Bharat Bhasker, expressed his enthusiasm for this online initiative, anticipating its potential to transcend geographical boundaries and extend the institute’s legacy of world-class education to professionals and entrepreneurs globally. At the helm of this transformative endeavor is Professor Joshy Jacob, Chairperson of Online MBA, who sheds light on the program’s unique design. Offline classes delve into the intricacies of interpersonal and organizational dynamics, while online sessions provide a structured analysis of content conducive to systematic understanding.
This online MBA program opens its doors to a seasoned cohort, requiring a minimum of three years of full-time work experience post-graduation. The admission process, inclusive of the IIMA Admission Test (IAT), GMAT, CAT, or GRE scores, and a comprehensive interview, aims to curate a diverse group of professionals ready to elevate their careers.
As IIM Ahmedabad paves the way for a transformative learning experience, this program promises to reshape the landscape of online education, offering a unique opportunity for working professionals and entrepreneurs to chart new heights in their careers. Welcome to the future of education, where IIM Ahmedabad’s legacy meets the demands of a dynamic and globalized workforce.