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Mumbai, India

A World of Opportunity

Preparing India’s best international executives for global leadership positions

Learn from the brightest minds in business

Senior faculty from IIT Bombay and Washington University

Worldwide alumni network

Learn in high-achieving cohorts with years of collective professional experience

Washington University and IIT Bombay

Rich partnership history facilitates the collaborative delivery of the joint Executive MBA program

Washington University-Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Executive MBA

video A new joint-venture Executive MBA program in Mumbai, India, advances the leadership skills – and the careers – of senior-level working professionals. A partnership between Washington University in St. Louis and the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, the Executive MBA program is the only one in the world to confer a degree from both an Indian and an American university.

The program is modeled after Washington University's internationally recognized sister programs in the U.S. and China. The joint Executive MBA program with Fudan University in Shanghai is ranked No. 6 in the world by the Financial Times.

The 18-month program, which launches in 2015, uses a proven model for working professionals:

  • You continue working while attending courses four days per month, from Thursday morning through Sunday evening, in Mumbai. The program ends with a two-week capstone experience at Washington University in St. Louis.
  • Taught by world-class professors, in English, the curriculum builds knowledge, global perspective, and tools you can apply immediately to your business challenges.
  • You learn from and with high-achieving, collaborative cohorts with years of collective professional experience.


Carlos Hirsch | EMBA 2012

“The International Management Residency was a well-structured demonstration of how stakeholders across the globe are interrelated.”

Read Carlos' Story