31st January 2019, Gurgaon : Great Lakes Institute of Management, a premier B-school in the country with campuses in Chennai and Gurgaon, has extended its Application deadline for its flagship full time One Year Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) to 3rd February, 2019. The admissions cycle is for the academic session 2019–2020 which will commence in April/May 2019. The application deadline for the two year PGDM for freshers and young graduates with less than two years of work experience remains 25th February, 2019.
The Great Lakes PGPM, is a fast track one year MBA program for professionals with 2+ years of work experience. It leverages a global faculty pool, peer learning among the diverse pool of experienced students, extensive industry networking and experiential learning. The PGPM (Chennai campus) is among the few programs in the country to have the prestigious global accreditation from AMBA, UK as well as SAQS. The PGPM program has been consistently ranked in the top 10 one year MBA programs in the country. For the years 2017-2018, the program was ranked 3rd by Outlook India & 4th by Business World. The PGPM witnessed an excellent placement season for 2019 with the highest domestic CTC of 29 lakhs and Avg. CTC increasing to 13.1 lakhs.
Great Lakes follows comprehensive profile based evaluation considering Test scores, Academic record, Work experience, Essays and P.I. performance in selecting candidates.
Eligibility criteria for PGPM 2019-20:
- All applicants are required to appear for GMAT/CAT/XAT/CMAT before applying
- Exam Scores Accepted: CAT 2017/2018, XAT 2018/2019, GMAT (taken after Jan 1, 2016), CMAT 2018
- Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized institution
- A minimum work experience of 24 months by March 31, 2019
Candidates meeting the eligibility criteria can know about the institute here.
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