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Focus on the framework of the social, political, economic and legal environment of countries. Environmental context molds the country’s policies and significantly impacts businesses involved in international trade. Detailed insight into the ideas of international business using contemporary examples, scenarios, and cases to help students effectively put theory into practice.Option of term-abroad with international partner B-Schools like University of Wollongong Australia, ESC Rennes Business School France, University of Applied Sciences Lubeck, Germany, Virginia Commonwealth University USA, Manchester Metropolitan University UK, University of Bicocca Italy, ALBA Graduate Business School, Greece, Plymouth University UK, and Nanyang Technological University Singapore to facilitate student/faculty exchanges, collaborative research and consultancy assignments, and joint degree programs.
IFIM looks at innovation potential, solution orientation and value fit of the candidates, besides their consistent academic performance and work experience for admission into its flagship PGDM program. The CAT, XAT, MAT and GMAT scores only qualify candidates to receive a call from the institute for the selection process. The selection process for the two-year, full-time, residential Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme of IFIM Business School, Bangalore comprises the following components:
1. Innovation Potential Test (IPT)
An in-class test for assessing the innovation potential of the candidate. The test can have multiple choice as well as descriptive questions.
2. Group Exercise (GE)
An indoor group exercise in groups of six to eight candidates each for assessing the solution orientation of the candidates.
3. Personal Interview (PI)
A personal interview for assessing the value fit of the candidate with the institute.
- The candidates are required to have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate of 50% for all subjects taken together (45% for SC/ST candidates)
- Must have qualified in one of the national level management entrance examinations, viz., CAT, XAT, or GMAT