Fellow Programme in Management
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THE FELLOW PROGRAMME IN MANAGEMENT (FPM) AT THE INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS (ISB) grooms promising young researchers to be innovative problem-solvers and thinkers in the business disciplines of Accounting, Financial Economics, Information Systems, Marketing, Operations Management, Organisational Behaviour, and Strategy, which are niche areas at the ISB.
The programme successfully builds upon the research strengths of ISB faculty members who engage in cutting-edge research that is academically rigorous and highly relevant to the current needs of the business.
“More than hard work, it’s the perseverance that actually pays off in a PhD programme. More than innate curiosity, it’s the attention to detail and an openness to receive criticism and feedback which made me a better researcher.”
Assistant Professor, London School of Economics & Political Science
“ISB gives you an opportunity to work with top-notch researchers and learn from the best. It laid a strong foundation for research both through coursework and through guidance received from professors.”
Assistant Professor, International College of Economics & Finance, National Research University
“As an FPM student at ISB I was never confined in the boundaries of a department. Interdisciplinary research added a feather to my cap.”
IÉSEG School of Management
“The best part about the FPM at the ISB was the availability and ease of access to the best minds and scholarly resources in my field all at one place. The support that I got at ISB was phenomenal! The quality of the programme is on par with that of the top schools around the world.”
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