List of Business Schools in Pune

Pune "The Oxford of the East" has more than 150 business schools. This is a small list of Best Business schools in Pune, India. Below mentioned Institutes provides PGDM & MBA with different Specialization. The list is on the basis of Best Placements, Best Infrastructure, Best Faculty.....

  • Allana Institute of Management Sciences (AIMS), Pune
  • Bharati Vidyapeeth's Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship Development, Pune
  • International School of Management & Research, (ISMR), Pune
  • PICT School of Technology & Management, (PICT-STM) Pune
  • Balaji Institute of Modern Management Pune (BIMM) (formerly known as Indian Institute of Modern Management (IIMM))
  • Balaji Institute of Telecom and Management Pune (BITM) (formerly known as Indian Centre for Telecom and Management (ICTM))
  • Balaji Institute of International Business Pune (BIIB) (formerly known as Indian Centre for International Business (ICIB))
  • Balaji Institute of Management and Human Resource Development Pune (BIMHRD) (formerly known as Indian Centre for Management and Human Resource Development (ICMHRD))
  • Pune Institute of Business Management, (PIBM), Pune
  • International Institute of Management Studies(IIMS) (SaiBalaji Education Society), Pune
  • Sai Balaji International Institute of Management Sciences,(SBIIMS) (SaiBalaji Education Society), Pune
  • Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies,(KIAMS) (Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies), Pune
  • International Institute of Management & Human Resource Development (IIMHRD) (For Women only),(SaiBalaji Education Society), Pune
  • ASM's Institute of Business Management and Research, Pune
  • Europe Asia Business School (EABS)
  • Genesis Institute Of Business Management
  • IBS Pune (ICFAI Business School), Pune
  • MILE, Pune
  • OCTAVE Business School, Pune
  • PUMBA, Pune
  • Sadhana Centre for Management & Leadership Development, Pune
  • Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology (SCIT: Premier IT B-School Of India)
  • Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR)
  • Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies (SIMS)
  • Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management (SITM)
  • Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB)
  • Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM)
  • Sai Balaji International Institute of Management Sciences (SBIIMS)
  • Sinhgad Institute of Management, Pune
  • MIT School of Management, Pune
  • MIT School of Business (MITSOB)mitsob.net
  • Indira Institute of Management.
  • Pravara Centre for Management Research & Development. (PCMRD)
  • International School of Business & Media (ISB&M)
  • JSPM Narhe Technical Campus.
  • Neville Wadia Institute of Management Studies & Research. (NWIMSR)
  • Suryadatta Institute of Management & Information Research. (SIMIR)
  • Training & Advance Studies in Management & Communication Ltd. (TASMAC)
  • Vishwakarma Institute of Management(VIM)

In 2008, the University of Oxford announced that it plans to establish the Oxford University India Business Centre (OUIBC) at Pune. This will be Oxford Saïd Business School's first offshore facility.

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