Work Integrated Program – Learning Methodology - SGVU

About Work Integrated Learning Program

Suresh Gyan Vihar University’s International School of Business Management (ISBM) offers Work Integrated Learning Programs which harnesses the Experiential Learning Pedagogy enabling every student to learn, practice and transform as a professional.

ISBM offers industry relevant MBA program which are specially designed for young professionals seeking to upgrade and enhance the career prospects for a truly rewarding career.

Work Integrated Learning Program is a cutting edge pedagogical approach enriching a campus based program to be in sync with the dynamic industry requirements.

The experiential learning pedagogy enables every learner to match the expectations of corporate world. It strengthens fundamentals of the learner wherein students would have access to the academic and industry mentors, assignments, case studies and work integrated activities.

SGVU - MBA with a Harvard Edge

SGVU has associated with Harvard Business Publishing with a mission to provide the best of learning resources for its students; thereby harness the learning process of the learner enabling him/her to evolve as a professional. Harvard Business Publishing is a subsidiary of Harvard Business School. Under this arrangement the students of MBA(WILP) program will be eligible to undertake a Value-Added Program/Content comprising of Case Studies, Simulations and Online Courses from Harvard Business Publishing.

The students would get an opportunity to upgrade his/her Academic Credentials, as the certifications for the programs will come from World Renowned educator i.e. Harvard on successfully clearing their evaluation.  Read more

Suresh Gyan Vihar University - Distance Education


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  • The learner would evolve as a professional to effectively shoulder the dynamism of business world.
  • The analytical capabilities of a learner gets evolved to next level as the students’ acquisition of knowledge would be tempered and tamed by practical experiences.
  • The learner would be able to acquire talent by critically getting involved in designing, devising and conducting practical/case/field studies.