Bengaluru: The IFIM Business School based in Bangalore and Greater Mumbai to launch a Bridge Program for Indian under-graduate and postgraduates students. The main focus of this course will be on the following students:
- Students looking for overseas education
- Students who are studying online through an international university due to travel ban
- Students preparing for SAT or ACT, GMAT or GRE, LSAT , SAT & Advanced Placement
Students who enroll into this program will have the option to pursue their academic course by their respective foreign Universities while staying on the campus of IFIM Business School at Bengaluru and Greater Mumbai. It will provide them a platform to network with peers of their age groups at these campuses. Additionally, they will be allowed to take courses in the areas of Communication, Leadership, Business, Science, Law & Design from the bouquet of courses offered by IFIM Business School.
Dr. Atish Chattopadhyay, Director, IFIM Business School says, “The conventional education system has had an immense impact by this pandemic. Students are rattled and is desperately seeking effective solutions to address the new normal. With the growing number of students aspiring to study in an international school and the decline in the number of students travelling abroad to study, this program will focus on fostering a culture of collegiality. With our motive of graduating future-ready professionals, this program will allow the students to prepare for a full-time program in a foreign university with a credit transfer facility offered by our partners based on the merit.”
The students will have access to all the sporting facilities, labs and library resources at the campus. There are limited seats for this program and the students can reach out to the Students Services Organisation Office of IFIM Business School to get more details.
The Business School has decided to launch the bridge program to give the full student and campus experience with rich academics and a personality enhancement program during the 5-month course.