Shiv Nadar University, Delhi-NCR, an Institution of Eminence declared by the Government of India, a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, research-focused, and student-centric institution, announced admissions for its iGlobalMBA programs for their 2023 batch today. The program is being offered under the aegis of the School of Management and Entrepreneurship (SME) for the academic session commencing inJuly 2023. The school also announced the introduction of a new trackin Business Analytics in their MBA programs.


This year, the university will introduce a new, future-focused specialization in Business Analytics for the class of 2023-25 MBA cohort.The major in Business Analytics is a unique interdisciplinary program designed to equip students with skills in analytics and a broad and deep understanding of forces that influence comparative markets and business profitability.Additionally, the School of Management and Entrepreneurshipwill continue to offer MBA (Global) witha bouquet of electives in Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Operation and Strategies. Both tracks aim to create managers with an entrepreneurial mindset and motivation for lifelong learning to enable them to make decisions in a VUCA world

Dr. Bibek Banerjee, Dean,School of Management and Entrepreneurship and the Founding Dean of The Academy of Continuing Education at Shiv Nadar University (Institution of Eminence), Delhi-NCR, said, “We are happy to announce admissions for our coveted MBA programs for 2023. Since the inception of the School of Management and Entrepreneurship at Shiv Nadar Institution of Eminence, Delhi-NCR, the school has kept its focus firm on nurturing future leaders through an experiential learning model. As part of this endeavour, we are delighted to introduce a new track in Business Analytics. The curriculum for the MBA Analytics program has been crafted by a coalition of academic and industry experts from across the world. This program will prepare aspirants for a career in the Analytics industry, which by a recent estimate is likely to need 11 million professionals by 2026”.

“According to World Economic Forum estimates, by 2025, there will be 463 exabytes of data created each day globally. This makes data structuring, business intelligence through data mining, predictive analytics as well as prescriptiveanalytics crucial skills for future leaders to acquire and master. Our newMBA trackmajoring in Business Analytics is designed toenable students to master data science and business analytics toolsto craft informed strategies driving business growth in an increasingly competitive landscape,” Dr. Banerjee added.

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