The Indian School of Business encourages women to get back to the work-force and take up leadership roles. Apart from refreshing management basics and giving you the global business perspective through the PGP course, the school also encourages women with the clubs and amenities that make the career transition as smooth as possible.
The school also takes pride in having one of the best female to male ratio in the B-schools of its league.
Accommodation & Amenities
The School has studio accommodation for families, so you don’t have to worry about your family and children staying away from you.
The school also has day care facilities, so while you are away taking classes and working on your assignments your children are taken care off.
The campus is also self-sufficient – the canteen, gymnasium, recreational center, stationery and grocery store, wellness center with visiting doctors, parlor, laundry, courier service etc are all available on the campus so you don’t need to step out.
Clubs & Network
Apart from the formal clubs like consulting, finance, entrepreneurship where students can interact with industry experts, network and gain valuable insights, there is also a ‘Women in Business’ club for women, which focuses on the issues and challenges that women face at work place. Women alumni and other industry leaders often address the club on several occasions.
Scholarships & Financing
There are 80+ merit and need-based scholarships given to deserving candidates at ISB to ease your financial burden. Know more about the scholarships here. Here is the list of scholarships that are offered at ISB http://www.isb.edu/pgp/fees-financing/Scholarships
ISB also has tie-ups with leading financial institutions in India which provide funding for up to 95% of the programme expenses to ISB admits. This helps you make your educational investment decision easier. Follow this link for more details http://www.isb.edu/pgp/fees-financing/loans
The learning and development team at ISB gives you the necessary inputs for furthering your career aspirations by conducting one-on-one interaction sessions with the in-house team of industry experts. Conducting detailed resume review workshops and exhaustive mock interviews for the roles you aspire to take up.
Last year, 1151 job offers were made by 297 companies who participated in the placements process. Top consulting firms, Technology and technology services, E-commerce companies regularly visit ISB for placements. Here is the list of companies that visit campus regularly http://www.isb.edu/pgp/careers/Recruiting-Companies
A total of 74 offers were made for senior leadership roles and global leadership programmes. These include several CXO level positions and those made to women students. Axis Bank alone, which runs its ‘Women Leadership Programme’ at ISB made 30 offers, up from the 18 last year.
Here are last year’s placement highlights http://www.isb.edu/pgp/careers/placement-highlights