Published: 02nd September 2020
Now, get placed before paying fees and training with this new postgrad course in Business Management
The course will be 18 months long with a nine-month-long internship offering a minimum stipend of Rs 10,000. After completion of the course, students will receive globally recognised certificates
If you enrol in this postgraduate programme in Business Management, you will be offered a placement letter even before the payment of fees and training. The one-of-a-kind programme from Imarticus Learning uses the approach Placement before Admission offering the student a Letter of Intent (LOI) from an organisation as a placement offer based on the pre-admission assessment. The course will be 18 months long with a nine-month-long internship offering a minimum stipend of Rs 10,000. After completion of the course, students will receive globally recognised certificates.
Imarticus Learning's programmes are mainly focused at the time post a learner's graduation, as he/she is about to enter the professional world. All their courses are extremely placement-driven and this new course too follows the same trajectory. The postgraduate programme allows learners to choose from three specialisations namely Sales and Marketing Management, Securities Operations and Investment Banking, and Data Science. It will also include guest lectures by prominent corporate experts who will lecture on the various theories of management.
"Our programmes focus on investing in students' success. The placement is done beforehand and later we become a part of their income. The model is such that in the next few years he/she will pay us a part of their salary. For example, a learner gets placed with a job that pays 5 lakh per annum. So in the next two or three years, the learner has to pay a portion of his/her salary, maximum of 5-7 per cent towards the course they had taken up with us. Until then before he/she gets a job we don't charge anything apart from the application fees," explains Sonya Hooja, COO and Co-founder, Imarticus Learning. The programme also enables students to gain access to Imarticus Learning's portal alongside industry-specific mentorship and an additional certificate, all of which will contribute towards shaping students into highly proficient and skilled business professionals, adds Sonya.
Adding his thoughts on the new postgraduate programme, Nikhil Barshikar, Founder of Imarticus Learning said, "There is a growing demand for advanced business skills and organisations are seeking the crème de la crème of the talent pool who not only understand the nuances of business but can also become proactive leaders. We believe that our Business Management Programme will impart the necessary skills for learners to become highly-qualified, job-ready professionals."