India's Only Joint Degree MBA for Professionals & Entrepreneurs
IIT Bombay was established in 1958 & since its establishment, it has earned a renowned reputation for its expertise in technology by developing the outstanding calibre of Undergraduates, Postgraduates, and Doctorate holders through its diverse programs and also physically expanded to more than 550 acres accommodating 584 major buildings.
India is proving its prowess, not just in technical areas but also in International leadership positions that are impacting the global economy. With this as a backdrop, I see the collaboration with Washington University as an important milestone in the journey of producing world-class talent.
Director - IIT Bombay
A University known for its global contribution as a leader in research and education today, Washington University located in St. Louis was initially incepted as a college in the year 1853. Engraving a remarkable 150 years of excellence, the University has been enriching nearly 12,000 full-time students through more than 3000 full & part-time faculty from across 90 countries.
The next wave of global growth will be led by Asia and India indeed will be at the core of it. We’ve already seen the impact of thought leadership emerging from India in numerous global corporations and this will only grow further from here. I’m delighted to have this partnership with IIT Bombay and look forward to seeing exciting new talent emerge from this collaboration.
Chancellor - Washington University in St. Louis
Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management (popularly known as SJMSOM) is a public business school. To promote interdisciplinary learning and to keep up with the changing environment, IIT Bombay established its management school in 1995. In 2000, the school was renamed to Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, in honor of Dr. Shailesh J. Mehta.
With over 200 years of combined knowledge pool, this is undoubtedly the best experience one can look for, offering cutting-edge insights from both technology and management.
HOD - SJMSOM
WashU has maintained a business school since 1917. In 1988, the business school was named in honor of John M. Olin, chairman of Olin Corporation and a major benefactor of Washington University, in recognition of a gift from the John M. Olin Foundation. Olin is one of the country’s leading research-oriented business schools.
The two universities are a great match. There’s a huge opportunity for us to create next-generation leaders, and we’re happy to partner with an institute of IIT Bombay’s repute.
Mark P Taylor
Dean - Olin Business School
Batch 5 session starts in July, 2019. Admissions Closing April 30th, 2019.