Ivey is actively involved in delivering Case Writing and Teaching workshops to train faculty across India. More than 450 faculty have gone through this training. Ivey also hosts the world's largest annual Indian Case Writing competition. Ivey is currentlythe largest producer of Asian & Indian cases in the world.
Ivey has half a century of experience in educating executives to become better leaders, across 5000 companies globally. Ivey offers high quality, custom designed programs delivered by faculty who are leaders in the field of teaching and research.
As Canada's top undergraduate business program and a leader in global management education, Ivey is making a concerted effort to encourage India's brightest young minds to join the HBA program. We are partnering with the best high schools across India to identify high-potential students with exemplary performance and leadership ability.
Ivey offers its MBA students a rich tradition of education of learning to lead. We are looking for Indian applicants with exceptional talent and ambition to succeed in areas they are passionate about. Diversity in professional experience, culture and academic background is as important as your academic performance.
Ivey's MSc program is designed to build on your undergraduate experience and prepare you for international career interests in an ever-evolving, multicultural business world. It allows the candidates an opportunity to delve deeply into the theoretical foundations of business while making them stronger practitioners. The program also offers a Global learning experience through alliances with other top ranking international schools
News & Events
Aug 29, 2013
Link between African economy and Chinese state owned enterprises is discussed in this Ivey Business Journal article featured in The Daily Sabbatical (Forbes India).
Aug 28, 2013
Media coverage of ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition 2013 awards ceremony in India Education Diary.
Aug 26, 2013
An Ivey Business Journal article about the quality deficit, the experience deficit and the talent war for top leaders in the Indian business world, and how these challenges can be addressed, is featured in The Daily Sabbatical (Forbes India).