Also available in: தமிழ்

Executive MBA program from IIT Bombay-WUStL

Written by: Deepak

IIT Bombay is introducing the new Executive MBA program for professionals offered by IIT Bombay and Washington University in St. Louis (WUStL) Research and Educational Academy. This program is one of the first in the world to confer a degree from both Indian and American University. The EMBA progam from IITB-WUStL Research Educational Academy is modeled after Washington University's internationally recognized sister programs in the US and China. The joint EMBA program with Fundan University in Shanghai is ranked No. 6 in the world by the Financial Times. Hence, IIT Bombay invites interested candidates to join the next batch of students and enroll in this program that will start from July 2016.

Executive MBA program from IIT Bombay-WUStL

Business and complexity go hand in hand. Trends that started out small have ended up transforming the way we live. Professionals at all levels not only need to be informed and on top of such changing ways but also be ready to adapt, analyze and act within just a few blinks.

About IIT Bombay-WUStL EMBA program

the IITB-WUStL EMBA program reflects one's understanding of rapidly changing, dynamic environment, and the fact that many of the world's most challenging issues will require a global perspective. Furthermore, it involves embracing the view that the world desperately needs more leaders to address its most urgent and challenging problems and that virtually none of these can be addressed without business leaders.

The program promotes innovation, leadership, and the highest standards of management practice, research, and collaboration.

Format of the program

Classes for the 18-month, 20-course program are taught in English Nd are held four days per month - from Thursday morning through Sunday evening in Mumbai. A three-course capstone experience at Olin synthesizes learning, introduces students to their US - program peers, and builds students' global network.


Subject matter combines frontline thinking and practice with knowledge and tools students can apply immediately to the management challenges of their organizations. Like its sister program in the United States, the India Institute of Technology Bombay - Washington University in St. Louis Executive MBA program begins with business fundamentals. Subsequent courses address leadership, strategy, growth and innovation.


Olin Busines School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. Less than 5 percent of the world's business schools have earned the distinction. The Executive MBA program provides a unique opportunity for learning, and covers all aspects of business leadership with rich, strategic and applicable curriculum.

Significant Developments

The Washington University in St. Louis - Fudan University Executive MBA program in China was ranked #6 by the Financial Times in 2015.

96% of students from the inaugural Washington University in St. Louis - IIT Bombay class found the value of career coaching received as excellent or very good.

Post-program, there was a 57% increase in the salary of Washington University in St. Louis - Fudan University Executive MBA students, based on Class of 2013 reported earnings (Based on most currecnt data available).

40% of students are in C - suite positions in the inaugural Washington University in St. Louis - IIT Bombay Executive MBA class.

In the words of an aspirant

Sangita Krishna Zaparde, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft India R&D Pvt. Ltd., who is joining the EMBA program says, "The Mumbai location is a program advantage. It's easy for me to come to IIT Bombay for the four-day-per-month classes, and my work at Microsoft isn't affected. I take program learning back to my organization and implement it on Monday morning. I needed to develop a holistic business mindset and a better understanding of cross-functional management. My priorities are to enhance my strategic thinking and critical analysis. Course delivery includes interactive echanges on case studies, giving me new approaches to problem-solving."

Please Wait while comments are loading...

Thousands of Careerindia readers receive our evening newsletter.
Have you subscribed?