Case-based learning is an important component of business education at IBS.
Most of the courses are taught through real-life cases, designed to help bridge the gap between management theory and practice.
IBS includes business modeling and simulation games in its curriculum for the program, to give students an introduction to business decision making.
IBS has a strong, active and growing interface with business and industry,
IBS experts from a range of leading companies delivering regular guest lectures and serving as members of various advisory boards.
The program offers students an opportunity for continuous learning, so that their knowledge and skills remain current and relevant.
IBS believes in student-centered learning. IBS uses learning outcomes which focus attention on explicit and detailed statements of what students learn: the skills, understanding and abilities students seek to develop in them
500+ Faculty with over 150 PhDs.
IBSCDC, with well over 5500 case studies
ICFAI Business school is the biggest winner in case method Oscars 2019
100% case -based-class discussion approach
Opportunity to build on confidence and public specking skills
Learning through study groups