Great Lakes Institute of Management-Kanchipuram
Great Lakes Institute of Management-Kanchipuram (also known as Great Lakes or GLIM) is a private business school in India. It was founded in 2004 by Bala V. Balachandran, a professor at Kellogg School of Management with its first campus in Chennai. Great Lakes’ second campus started functioning in Delhi NCR on 2011. Great Lakes offers full-time and executive post graduate programmes in management. Great Lakes was accredited by AMBA, one of the three main global accreditation bodies. It has two campuses, one on the outskirts of Chennai and one in Gurgaon, Delhi NCR.
Great Lakes Institute of Management is among the first business schools in India to offer a one year full-time management programme. Its one year Post-Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) became the first one year full-time management programme to be accredited by India’s higher technical education regulator AICTE in 2008.
The college has over 9000+ successful Great Lakes alumni spread across over 30 countries. The most popular flagship programs of Great Lakes Chennai are one-year PGPM and a 2 year PGDM Corporate Program. The corporate program includes PGXPM for mid and senior-level professionals, PGPM FLEX, a weekend management program for working individuals along with MBA in Business Analytics.
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