Executive Post Graduate Programme (EPGP) 2009-2010 batch at IIM Banglore was successfully completed and the second batch of EPGP is already in Term III. We are glad to inform you that the admissions will be open to EPGP Batch III starting on 7th July 2010 to 30th September 2010. EPGP is a one year full time residential programme. You need to have minimum of 7 years full time experience with a valid GMAT score to be eligible for this programme.
Deadlines: 7th July to September 30, 2010
Sending Interview Call Letters: Oct 15, 2010
Shortlist release /Information: Oct 12, 2010
Work Ex: A minimum of seven years full time work experience.
Seats: 60-75 students.
Fees: INR 16,75,000
Average GMAT Score: 695
Executive Post Graduate Program in Management (EPGP)
NF Block – 105
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Bangalore – 560 076.
Phone: +91-80-2699 3759
The Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP) is an intensive one year program designed to enhance skills and capabilities essential for responsible positions at senior management levels. Challenging, widespread and globally oriented program’s objective is to produce future leaders who can handle the dynamic corporate environment.
Designed for professionals with substantial work experience, the key attribute of this program is its focus on emerging economies. These emerging economies have enormous potential and business opportunities. Sustaining spectacular growth requires capable senior executives with diverse skills to handle numerous challenges, which is in short supply.
To meet this gap, the EPGP program has a distinct focus on leadership skills essential for senior management teams and is adapted from best-practices in industry. The interdisciplinary nature of the program will enrich your experience both inside and outside the classrooms.
Apart from the pedagogy of the course structure and regular team assignments, a comprehensive project component provides additional impetus for group interaction and peer learning.
The selection process is designed to ensure significant diversity in academic, business and cultural background. During the course of this program, interaction with your peers and faculty will augment many skills. Appreciation of differing perspectives, effective communication, conflict management, negotiation and mobilising individuals towards common goals-all essential ingredients of effective management practices.