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One of the biggest reasons for any candidate to pursue an MBA is career progression, and hence the importance of placement season is unknown to none. ISB has to its name a stellar placement record – with over 1300 offers made to Class of 2020 alone, average CTC rising to INR 26.14 lakhs, and all this in a year that was deemed to be on the cusp of a worldwide recession.

Not only do case comps (as they are popularly called) give students a chance to apply the core business concepts learned in the classroom, but some also come with a massive upside of Pre-Placement Interview (PPI) or Pre-Placement Offer (PPO) opportunity by the partner company for the winning teams!

GSB is essentially a democratically elected team of student representatives who act as a bridge between the student community and school administration. Their primary responsibility is to ensure that student interests are adequately raised and represented to the school. GSB comprises of 7 student councils reporting directly to the GSB President.

Students can choose to be a part of these clubs either as members or be at the forefront of club activities as part of the core team. The core team of each club is led by a President and Vice President and consists of 5-6 other functional positions of responsibility like Marketing & Communication, Alumni Relations, Learning & Development and Event Planning coordinators.

The founders of ISB realized this two decades ago – back when great MBA meant going to an IIM and studying in a batch with more than 90% of engineers. And hence, diversity became one of the most important and defining cornerstones of ISB.

The bidding process at ISB is extremely transparent and easy with information like winning bids, maximum seats available and number of students competing for a particular course/exchange university being visible to all participating students. This enables students to make an informed decision whether or not to continue fighting. While there is only one bidding round for international exchange, there are 3 rounds of bidding for elective selection.

The 12-month program requires a successful completion of 32 credits to graduate across its 8 terms (typically of 5-weeks each), where-in students were traditionally required to complete 4 credits in each of the first 4 terms and then choose to take on between 3-5 credits in each of the remaining elective terms.

Amongst its many impressive offerings, outstanding and world-renowned faculties stand out as one of the biggest USPs of ISB experience. While choosing the top professors from such a vast network was a herculean task, we have compiled a list of the 6 most popular ones whose teachings have left indelible marks on the minds and hearts of ISB students.

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