India is fast emerging as a lucrative market for executive education for global business schools. After Harvard business school recently conducted its first ever executive education program in India. Its now the turn of oxford university’s said school of business to announce its initiative in India.
Due to its present business environment, the Indian market is ripe for executive education programs. Indian companies are looking at developing general and senior management skills. Companies are internationalizing so fast that they need skills to run not just domestic, but international operations as well.
The first program that the said school will launch in India is its flagship advanced management programme (AMP), which aims to help participants deal with global challenges, organizational challenges, leadership issues and in planning for the future. The school is investing one million pounds to develop the India advanced management program, which will be suitably customized for an Indian audience. Eventually, the school also hopes to launch the oxford strategic leadership program, a program in project management, one in negotiations and some customized programs in finance and operations management.
There are two directions the AMP (Advanced Management Program) can possibly take in India. It can either be an open enrollment program or one focused on an industry vertical.
Currently the AMP runs twice a year in oxford and once in Saudi Arabia. The program costs twenty thousand pounds. However in India it will cost just eleven thousand as the remainder will be paid for by our benefaction, said by program director. The program will involve Indian case studies and will subsequently also include Indian faculty members. Eventually, we will have eighteen oxford faculty members and about two or three from India, besides a mix of tutors.
You can also find some other top universities India to start your future with. There are lots of business colleges and universities in India providing the same. So what are you waiting for… don’t confuse to select you college or university any more. Visit globeeducation.org to have a look on top and best colleges and universities in India.
Source by Adam Sturo