Post Graduate Program in Management
Applications are closed for PGPM 2017-18 at Chennai campus. Applications are open for PGPM at Gurgaon campus (Cycle 3). To learn more and apply, Click here
Great Lakes' One Year full time Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) helps transform high potential professionals into competent business managers and decision makers. Throughout the course of study, emphasis is placed on developing competencies, team-work and leadership, inclusivity principles and value-based management creating "Business Ready Managers" capable of responding to complex business challenges.
The PGPM is for achievers, high performers and go-getters who want to change the world for the better. Professionals/ Entrepreneurs with 2+ years of full time work experience are eligible for the program.
THE GREAT LAKES PGPM EDGE
One Year Advantage
In a fast changing business world where billion-dollar companies are created in a few years, the PGPM allows participants to maximize learning and start creating value by the end of 1 year.
Cutting Edge Curriculum
Globally benchmarked curriculum which is updated yearly with cutting edge courses to make participants Business Ready.
25+ International faculty from the likes of Kellogg, Stanford, Yale, etc., along with renowned full time faculty gives you global perspectives and unparalleled learning. The single most important reason why Alumni strongly recommend Great Lakes.
Leadership is practiced and not taught. Karma-yoga: a unique transformational program helps participants develop leadership skills while having a lasting impact in 20+ villages and improving the lives of thousands of people.
RICH PEER LEARNING
Peers with rich industry experience in the class means as much learning beyond the class as inside. Another reason why Alumni strongly value their One Year at Great Lakes.
STRONG ALUMNI NETWORK
5000+ Great Lakes Alumni spread over 28 countries across 5 continents give you a great life-time network of Entrepreneurs, CXOs and high caliber professionals across industries.