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The future of Indian business schools
What challenges will Indian business schools face as they try to internationalise and attract overseas talent? These schools will soon face competition from North American and European business schools, which will be able to offer programmes in India as the government liberalises the higher education market.
So, do Indian business schools teach the kind of international curriculum needed for the next generation of global managers? Do they provide an alternative for Indian managers who want to avoid the inconvenience and the expense of studying in the US or Europe? And is now the time for non-Indian managers to consider studying for a Masters in Management degree or an MBA at an Indian business school?EmailSharePrint