ISB, one of India's top B-schools has just announced a new management program - Management Program for Family Business (MFAB). This is equivalent to a top-class Masters in Management program, aimed at creating next generation of leaders, who will take over their family businesses. The program was launched on 10 December 2012, by eminent family business leaders, Adi Godrej and Sunil Kant Munjal.
The program is taught in the context of an extremely competitive, global business environment. The curriculum stresses on analytical and functional skills, as well as on strategic and leadership attributes with regard to this segment.
The 15-month program will be held at ISB's Hyderabad as well as Mohali campuses. It is based on a modular model - one classroom module of 7 days, held every six weeks. This format is meant to enable participants to take part in the program regardless of their home base, while still working on their businesses. The program presents diverse learning opportunities, which include global immersions in USA, China & Africa, interaction with faculty from top Business Schools, industry interventions and opportunities for experiential learning.
The inaugural class will begin in August 2013. The admissions process has already begun on 01 January 2013. A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification is a must, with 4 years of experience preferred, but not mandatory. A Business Aptitude Test (BAT) and a personal interview are also required for admission.
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ISB was established in 2001, in partnership with Kellogg and Wharton. It is now one of the top B-schools in Asia, and follows a global model of MBA education. It offers Full-time and Executive MBA programs and gives students an education with a global perspective. The school has a reputed array of research-driven resident faculty, and visiting international faculty from top B-schools. ISB also has partnerships with LBS and MIT Sloan.
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