MBA aspirants spend months weighing the offerings of the business courses available at various universities and B-schools. Although everyone wants to secure an admission in the leading B-schools of India, students often overlook the changing paradigm of management education as they run behind brand names.
Considering the increasing entrepreneurship quotient in the country along with the annually decreasing rate of employability of MBA graduates due to pure textbook education, here’s an insight to the PGDM and PGPXP course offered by Woxsen School of Business, an emerging B-school in Hyderabad:
PGDM – 2 year course at Woxsen School of Business
- Divided into 6 terms
- Internship after 3 terms
- International exposure at NTU, Singapore
- Practical analysis driven learning and extra elective courses
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) at Woxsen School of Business is divided into 6 terms. The first year consists of 3 terms that focus on imparting the fundamental business concepts for a strong base and future understanding of various management aspects. Since the initial curriculum structure is common for all the students, this includes a general overview of all the business domains including finance, operations, marketing, and strategy.
After the 1st year, students undergo an internship program for 10 weeks at a business firm. Providing a peek into real-life industry operations, Woxsen students get a chance to implement the theoretical learnings. The projects allotted in the internship broadly subjects the student to business aspects ranging from company operations to market analysis.
In order to enhance the practical exposure, second year begins with a visit to the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Under Woxsen School of Business’ International Immersion Program, students visit the university and interact with professionals, faculty, and students to improve their understanding of the global management setup. A once in a lifetime experience, this enables Woxsen students to secure an edge over other professionals while working for a company with national and international operations.
PGPXP – 1 year course at Woxsen School of Business
- Divided into eight terms
- Even term division between fundamentals and specialization
- Three areas of specialization – Marketing, Finance, and Operations
- International exposure at Mannheim Business School, Germany
Woxsen School of Business offers (PGPXP) for aspirants with at least two years of corporate experience. A fast track course of one year, the curriculum is a comprehensive mixture of textbook knowledge and its industrial use. The main objective of PGPXP course is to help professionals improve their portfolio with knowledge and business understanding in order to prepare them for entrepreneurship and senior management positions. The first four terms focus on basics associated with business while remaining four terms focus on the specialization branch with the help of case studies and crisis simulation.
Similar to PGDM, the PGPXP students at Woxsen visit Mannheim Business School, Germany to understand the stark differences as well as intricacies of global business operations. Considering their previous experience, Woxsen School of Business gives them a chance to closely observe the management practices of the European Zone.
Both the courses offered by Woxsen School of Business provide a holistic perspective of development as a management professional for fresher’s as well as experienced students. With the increased quotient of practical knowledge and application based learning, Woxsen is likely to secure a place in the dream colleges of today’s MBA aspirants.
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