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Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad announces Fellow Program in Management Admission 2016

Updated on Sat, 29 August 2015 at 12:56 IST

Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad invites applications for admissions to full time Program in Management (FPM) for the academic year 2015 - 16.

Fellow Program in Management (FPM) Admission is conducted by Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad.

Eligibility Criteria:

Interested candidates should fulfill following eligibility criteria:
=> Interested candidates must have an undergraduate/postgraduate degree in areas such as business, economics, engineering, computer sciences, mathematics, physics or the arts.

=> Candidates will be assessed on the basis of outstanding intellectual ability, motivation, faculty recommendations and personal characteristics required for an international academic career.

=> There is no particular requirement concerning fields of study at the undergraduate level, but standard postgraduate entry tests (GMAT / GRE / CAT / GATE / JRF) will be used to assess general ability and, if necessary, proficiency in English.

Application Procedure:

Candidates are advised to refer to official notifications /documents for detailed application procedure. IndCareer.com published details for informational purpose.

A complete application must include:
=> Photograph

=> Statement of Purpose

=> Certified copies of all university degrees/diplomas

=> Official transcripts of grades

=> A valid GMAT / GRE / CAT / GATE / JRF score report

=> TOEFL score report (for applicants whose language of instruction at the undergraduate level is not English)
Three letters of recommendation from faculty or scholars on the applicant’s academic ability and potential for research and teaching

Online Application form can be downloaded from official website of Fellow Program in Management (FPM): http://www.isb.edu/

Fee Details:

Application fee: Rs. 3000

Important Dates:

Fellow Program in Management (FPM) Important dates section aims to list all important dates such as date of availability of form, last submission date, result date, counselling date, etc.

  • Application Opens: 7th September, 2015
  • Application Closes: 4th January, 2016
  • Admission Announcement : 4th April, 2016
  • Orientation & Registration to FPM: Mid of August 2016

Selection Process:

=> The candidates will be selected on the basis of outstanding intellectual ability, motivation, faculty recommendations and personal characteristics required for an international academic career.

=> Standard postgraduate entry tests (GMAT/ GRE/ CAT/ GATE/ JRF) will be used to assess general ability and, if necessary, proficiency in English.

All applicants are required to take one of the following tests before submitting their application. Applications will not be considered without a valid test score.
=> Graduate Record Examination General Test (GRE) administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS), Princeton, USA. Or
=> Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) administered by Pearson VUE, Bloomington, USA. or
=> Common Admission Test (CAT)/ GATE/ JRF.

Contact Details

For more details please contact
Indian School of Business,
Gachibowli, Hyderabad
Telangana - 500 032
Ph +91 40 2300 7000
Fax +91 40 2300 7099
Corporate Identity Number (CIN): U80100TG1997NPL036631

http://www.isb.edu/fpm/Programme-Overview

Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad
In 1996, a group of business leaders and academicians recognised the need for a globally top-ranked and distinctive business school in Asia. They realised that the evolving business scenario would require young leaders trained in the nuances of transitional economies, yet exposed to a global perspective.The vision of the founders was to create a school that was different in many ways – with innovative academic programmes, and a world-class, yet affordable, overall value proposition.Asia.
 
 

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