MBA (Global Program)1+1, 1 Year in UPES Campus + 1 Year in Overseas University

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Today, every business is global. The MBA Global program enables students to study for one year at the UPES campus and one year at an overseas university.

This highly-coveted MBA Global program course covers subjects as Managerial Economics, Organisational Behaviour, Marketing Management, Business Communication, Research Methods, Analytics and Global Business Environment, to name a few.

Students learn rational decision-making through case studies and get internship opportunities. They develop cognisance of the importance of human behaviour in framing policies, understand the fundamentals of marketing, the importance of finance and accounting in running a business, study statistics and data analysis, develop creative ideas and convincing arguments and the like.

Classroom activities involve lectures and active discussions, encouraging students to get involved and provide their inputs. These activities are supplemented by group discussions, cooperative group solving problems, analysis of video cases and debates. Class participation is a fundamental aspect of this course. Students are encouraged to participate in all group activities, including group presentations.

Such comprehensive pedagogy builds effective, solution-oriented leaders who can adapt and make the best of today’s changing landscape.

Duration of Program

2 years (4 Semesters)

Seats

20*

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UPES’ curriculum framework is holistic in its overall structure and yet focuses on the individual need of the student to discover, experience, explore and challenge. Along with the core subject, students have the option to choose from subject-focused specialisations. They are also allowed to choose minor/exploratory subject from other schools at UPES that are: School of Engineering, School of Computer Science, School of Law, School of Business, School of Health Sciences, School of Design, School of Modern Media, and School of Liberal Studies.

Further, based on the multifaceted needs of the global workplace and evolving lifestyles, the curriculum offers Signature and Life-Skills courses through School for Life. To round off this learning experience, students are required to do mandatory internships in the social sector, government/public sector, and industry. The combinations available for students to pick and choose from are endless, ensuring both depth and width of knowledge.

  • Business Development Manager
  • International Sales Manager
  • Multinational Marketing Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • International Trade Policy Advisor
  • Global Management Consultant
  • International Business Specialist
  • Global Supply Chain Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • To help the students to develop cognizance of the importance of human behaviour in framing
    human resource policies.
  • To enable students to describe how people behave under different conditions and understand why
    people behave as they do.
  • To provide the students to analyse specific strategic human resources demands for future action.
  • To enable students to synthesize related information and evaluate options for the most logical and
    optimal solution such that they would be able to predict and control human behaviour and improve
    results.
  • CO1: Understand the concepts of organizational behavior and behavior of people in the organizations.
  • CO2: Develop the applicability of concepts associated with management of individual behavior and
    group behavior in an organization.
  • CO3: Analyze the complexities associated with management of the group behavior, structures and
    cultures in organizations
  • CO4: Demonstrate how the organizational behavior can integrate with other functional areas of
    management, understanding the motivation behind behavior of people in the organization

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SEMESTER I

Subject Code Subject Credits
SLLS 0102 Learning How to Learn 2
SLLS 0101 Living Conversations 2

SEMESTER II

Subject Code Subject Credits
SLSG 0101 Critical Thinking and Writing 3
SLSG 0103 Leadership and Teamwork 2

SEMESTER III

Subject Code Subject Credits
SLLS 0201 Design Thinking 2
SLSG 0201 Ethical Leadership in the 21st
Century (Human Values and
Ethics)
3
  Minor/Exploratory I 3
  Minor/Exploratory II 3

SEMESTER IV

Subject Code Subject Credits
SLSG 0202 Environment and Sustainability -
Himalaya Fellowship
3
SLLS 0202 Working with Data 2
  Minor/Exploratory III 3
  Minor/Exploratory IV 3

Career Prospects
  • Business Development Manager
  • International Sales Manager
  • Multinational Marketing Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • International Trade Policy Advisor
  • Global Management Consultant
  • International Business Specialist
  • Global Supply Chain Manager
  • Entrepreneur
Course Objectives
  • To help the students to develop cognizance of the importance of human behaviour in framing
    human resource policies.
  • To enable students to describe how people behave under different conditions and understand why
    people behave as they do.
  • To provide the students to analyse specific strategic human resources demands for future action.
  • To enable students to synthesize related information and evaluate options for the most logical and
    optimal solution such that they would be able to predict and control human behaviour and improve
    results.
Course Outcomes
  • CO1: Understand the concepts of organizational behavior and behavior of people in the organizations.
  • CO2: Develop the applicability of concepts associated with management of individual behavior and
    group behavior in an organization.
  • CO3: Analyze the complexities associated with management of the group behavior, structures and
    cultures in organizations
  • CO4: Demonstrate how the organizational behavior can integrate with other functional areas of
    management, understanding the motivation behind behavior of people in the organization
Curriculum

Program Details: Download Here

SEMESTER I

Subject Code Subject Credits
SLLS 0102 Learning How to Learn 2
SLLS 0101 Living Conversations 2

SEMESTER II

Subject Code Subject Credits
SLSG 0101 Critical Thinking and Writing 3
SLSG 0103 Leadership and Teamwork 2

SEMESTER III

Subject Code Subject Credits
SLLS 0201 Design Thinking 2
SLSG 0201 Ethical Leadership in the 21st
Century (Human Values and
Ethics)
3
  Minor/Exploratory I 3
  Minor/Exploratory II 3

SEMESTER IV

Subject Code Subject Credits
SLSG 0202 Environment and Sustainability -
Himalaya Fellowship
3
SLLS 0202 Working with Data 2
  Minor/Exploratory III 3
  Minor/Exploratory IV 3

Entrance Test

Online Exam/National Level Exams followed by Personal Interview

(UPESMET)

Name of Test

UPESMET

Mode of Test

Online

Last Date to Apply

10 July, 2022

Date of Test

12 July, 2002

Duration

2 hours

Admissions Through National Level Tests

Students having a minimum MAT /CMAT 2022 score of 70 Percentile will be exempted from UPES Management Entrance Test and will only be called for Group Discussion and Interview if qualified. Valid 50 percentile and the above score of CAT 2021/ XAT 2022 A score of minimum 400 or above for GMAT, a score of 120 and above in NMAT 2021 / 22 scores will also be accepted.

**Up to 30% of seats shall be filled through the National Level Tests category (CAT/MAT/XAT/NMAT). In case candidates for such seats are not available, UPES has the right to fill these seats through MBA (UPESMET).

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Admissions are Open against vacant seats only.

UPES reserves the right to conduct further online/paper-pencil mode exams for admission to various MBA programs in addition to the date already announced.

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