Each year the Institute selects around a quarter of the second year students to spend one academic term at premier management institutes around the world with which the Institute has forged partnerships. Similarly, students from the corresponding institutions spend an academic term at IIMA. IIMA has been able to increase the number of participating institutions from about 4 to 80. 

Each year, about 150 students go abroad and about 90 students come to India to study at IIMA through the exchange programme.

 

PGP students are provided with a number of opportunities at the Institute for developing a holistic vision. One such opportunity is through the Institute's Student Exchange Programme. The strong and self-sustaining exchange programme has been designed to help the Institute serve its purpose better and enhance academic standards. Student Exchange Programmes have been established with leading schools in Europe, North America, South America, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region. 
 
An international exchange programme facilitates flow of ideas between academic institutions. Joint activities provide each school with better understanding of the methods and programmes of the partnering school and enhance knowledge and skills of students and faculty members alike. Students participating in the programme seek to broaden their academic and cultural experiences. The experience contributes immensely to building of management perspective and poise. Visiting students add to the diversity of Knowledge and Culture at the Institute, and enhance the effectiveness of its pedagogy.
 
IIMA has been seeking to establish an increasing number of exchange programmes with institutions with excellent academic standards which provide varied learning opportunities to exchange students. 
 
Each year the Institute selects eligible second year students to spend one academic term at premier management institutes around the world with which the Institute has forged partnerships. Similarly, students from the corresponding institutions spend an academic term at IIMA. IIMA has been able to increase the number of participating institutions up to 80. The number of outgoing students benefiting from the programme in each academic year ranges between 150-200 (including 10-15 DD students), and the number of incoming students ranges between 90-120 (including 10-15 DD students). The enthusiasm shown by institutions across the world has been tremendous and speaks volumes for the quality of programmes offered at the Institute.
 
The exchange programme has academic partners across continents and corporate partners across the globe that have made it possible for students to participate in these programmes without any financial impediments. Apart from the scholarships instituted by IIMA, several students have received scholarships from participating schools, the French embassy, DAAD from Germany and some corporate partners. 
 

DOUBLE - DEGREE PROGRAMME 

IIM Ahmedabad has double-degree programme agreement with about six International schools such as ESSEC Business School France, HEC, France, University of Bocconi, Italy, European Business School, Germany, University of Cologne, Germany and ESCP Europe, France.  A double-degree program would be an added value to study abroad by integrating students within the respective programmes. In this sense, it goes beyond a regular exchange programme and would be an enriching experience for both institutions. The double-degree programme has sense in coherence with a deep immersion in the academic and business environment of the host institution.
 

IIMA, a Member of PIM

PIM, Partnership in International Management, is a consortium of leading international business schools, founded in 1973. Each member institution represents the highest degree of excellence in the fields of business administration and management, demonstrates leadership in their geographic region and delivers an MBA or a graduate-equivalent degree in management. PIM facilitates the development of international cooperation among members, fostering the development of joint programme, students and faculty exchange, joint research and cooperation among faculty members and researchers.
 
Currently, PIM has grown to a network of 62 business schools worldwide. Over the years, several thousand students have gone on exchange within the PIM member institutions.
 
As a member, IIMA shares the reputation for upholding the highest degree of academic excellence both regionally as well as globally and values the organization's spirit of international cooperation among its students, faculty and administrators.
 
As a member, IIMA shares the reputation for upholding the highest degree of academic excellence both regionally as well as globally and values the organization's spirit of international cooperation among its students, faculty and administrators.
 
For more information visit exchange council link: http://stdwww.iima.ac.in/exchange/index.html

ASIA

1

Asian Institute of Management, Makati City, Philippines

2

Asian Institute of Technology, Pathumthani, Thailand

3

China Europe International Business School, Shanghai, China

4

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong

5

International University of Japan, Nigata, Japan

6

KAIST Graduate School of Management, Seoul, Korea

7

Nanyang Business School, Singapore

8

NUS Business School (National University of Singapore), Singapore

9

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

10

Keio Business School, Keio Uni. Japan

11

Recanati Business School, Tel Aviv University, Israel

12

Graduate School of Management, University of Kyoto, Japan

13

Graduate School of Commerce (Waseda Business School), Waseda University, Japan

14

Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, Beijing, China

15

School of Management, Fudan University,China

16

Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg University,  Russia

AUSTRALIA

17

Australian Graduate School of Management, Sydney

18

The University of Melbourne, Australia

 

University of Otago, New Zealand

EUROPE

19

Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, Denmark

20

EDHEC, Cedex, France

21

ESADE, Barcelona, Spain

22

ESCP-EAP, Cedex, France

23

ESC-Toulouse Cedex, France

24

ESSEC, Cedex, France

24A

ESSEC, Cedex, France - MS, MIA (for PGP-ABM)

25

European Business School (EBS),  Oestrich-Winkel, Germany

26

HEC School of Management, Paris, France

27

Aalto School of Economics & Bus. Administration, Helsinki, Finland

28

Instituto de Empressa, Madrid, Spain (IE Buss School)

29

Jonkoping International Business School, Jonkoping, Sweden

30

KOC University, Istanbul, Turkey

31

HHL-Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Leipzig, Germany

32

Manchester Business School, Manchester,UK

33

Norwegian School of Economics , Norway

34

Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences, Pforzheim, Germany

35

Rotterdam School of Management, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

36

Solvay Business School, Brussels, Belgium (Uni. Of Libre De)

37

Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden

38

University of Bocconi, Milano, Italy

39

University of Cologne, Koln, Germany

40

University of Maastricht, Maastricht, The Netherlands

41

University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany

42

University of St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland

43

Vienna University of Economics & Business Admn.,  Vienna, Austria

44

Munster School of Business and Economics, Germany (MSBE)

45

WHU Koblenz Graduate School of Management, Germany

46

Louvain School of Management, Belgium

47

Catolica Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

48

Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

49

France Business School (Old Name: ESC Bretagne Brest), France

50

ESC Rennes School of Business, France

51

Emlyon Business School, France

52

IESEG School of Management, France

53

CEU Business School, Hungary

54

HEC Lausanne, Switzerland

NORTH AMERICA

55

Stern School of Business, NYU, New York

56

The Anderson School at UCLA, Los Angeles

57

The Kenan Flagler Business School, UNC Chapel Hill, North Carolina

58

University of Chicago Graduate School Of Business, Chicago,  Illinois (Booth)

59

University of Texas, Austin, Texas (McCombs School of Business)

60

Washington University (John M. Olin School of Business),  St. Louis

61

Columbia Business School, New York

62

Marshall Goldsmith School of Management,
Alliant International University, San Diego, USA

63

North Carolina State University, Raleigh

64

Fisher College of Business , The Ohio State University,
Colombus, Ohio
(suggested other activities)

65

Darden School of Business School, University of Virginia,  Virginia

66

Goizueta Business School, Emory University, Georgia

67

Instituto Tecnologico Autonoma de Mexico (ITAM)

68

The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, North Carolina

SOUTH AMERICA

69

Universidad De Los Andes School of Management, Bogota, Colombia

70

Universidad ESAN, Peru

CANADA

71

McGill University, Montreal

72

Sauder School Of Business, Vancouver

73

Schulich School of Business, Toronto Ontario

74

University of British Columbia

SOUTH AFRICA

75

University of Capetown, South Africa

76

Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos

77

Gordon Institute of Business,Johannesburg

 
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