GSIB Visakhapatnam: Gitam School of International Business

Updated on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - 16:13

GITAM School of International Business (GSIB) (formerly known as GITAM Institute of Foreign Trade) was established in 1997 with an affiliation to Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India. GSIB has become a constituent institute of GITAM Deemed-to-be University in the year 2007.   The School currently offers M.B.A (International Business); M.B.A (International Banking& Finance); M.B.A (Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management) and M.Phil & Ph.D (Full-Time & Part-Time) 

 

GSIB USPs

  • Member of Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, USA   
  • GSIB has earned NAAC A+ Grade
  • 1st  in top B-Schools in Andhra Pradesh - 2018
  • 2nd  in top B-Schools in International Business - 2018
  • Featured in top Private B-Schools by Super Excellence All over India – 2018
  • 2 decades of Excellence in International Business with 1500+ Alumni spread across 700+ companies with significant global footprints

Fees:

  • MBA - International Business : INR 8,50,000
  • MBA (Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management) - INR 8,50,000
  • MBA (International Banking and Finance) - INR 8,50,000
  • PGDBA-Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics - INR 3,00,000 
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GSIB Visakhapatnam: Gitam School of International Business

GSIB Visakhapatnam: Gitam School of International Business
Private Established 1997
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City: Visakhapatnam | State: Andhra Pradesh
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