Fast track to success…

How would you define a fast track MBA program? 

Is it finishing Operations Management in 5 days, 4 hours each and being done with 1 Quiz, 1 group case study and a finals in the allotted 20 hrs? 

Or finishing Marketing management with 2 Quizzes, one group project and one finals in 20 hours?

Or finishing Corporate Finance in the equal span of 20 hours but with 13 extra pre-readings (other than text chapters), 3 Quizzes, 1 finals, 1 individual case study and one group project?

How about this: Having to read and understand the entire Bhagavath Gita (A 200 page book from Ramakrishna Math), a complicated research paper on “The Epic Period” and Vivekananda’s discourse on “The Sages of India” in one SINGLE night?

Well, I think the last one defines it the best. 

MBA at Great lakes is so truly fast track that it makes me dizzy!!!

Oh! and BTW, if you haven’t guessed so far, all these (except Marketing Mgmt) are happening in parallel…


George Mathew

Class of 2009

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2 Responses to Fast track to success…

  1. Nandini says:

    This may b unrelated to d post, but i jus gotta clarify dis.. Does GLIM accept fresh grads ? if not, what is d min work experience reqd ?

  2. georgekaipanat says:


    The avg work ex at Great Lakes is 4.5 years and the course is so designed for ppl who have some amount of work ex. Having said that, Great Lakes does not have a NO policy to ppl without work ex. If the candidate is really good, (s)he will be considered.

    You can get in touch with the Admissions Committee @

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