GMAC markets India as a destination for business education

The Graduate Management Admission Council, GMAC, the agency that administers the popular GMAT test for business and management education, now has included nine presitigious Indian business schools in their list as a destination for students Worldwide.

GMAC’s President, Sangeet Chowfla said that GMAC took it upon themselves to market the Indian schools, along with a few more International Universities.

The nine schools are Indian Institutes of Management (Ahmedabad, Indore and Bangalore), Indian School of Business, SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Xavier University Bhubaneshwar, Great Lakes Institute of Management, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, and IMT Ghaziabad.

What may come out of this is that over the years, more and more foreign students may flock to these Universities for a quality Business education, that could be cheaper than their peers in the US offer.


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