GITAM SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

GITAM SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS-Admission to Ph.D./M.Phil. Programmes (2011-2012) (Full-Time/Part-Time)

GITAM SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, Admission to Ph.D./M.Phil. Programmes (2011-2012) (Full-Time/Part-Time)

Admission to Ph.D./M.Phil. Programmes (2011-2012) (Full-Time/Part-Time)

Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management (GITAM), founded in 1980 has been declared as a Deemed to be University U/S 3 of the UGC Act 1956 on August 14, 2007. GITAM Institute of Foreign Trade (GIFT), an autonomous Institute of GITAM, has now been brought into the ambit of GITAM University and declared as GITAM School of International Business (GSIB).

The School invites applications for admission to Ph.D./ M.Phil, programmes in the following research areas:

* Global Entrepreneurship * Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management * Intellectual Property Rights * International Trade Laws * International Finance * Marketing * Accounting * Economics * Management in the global context

Details of the Programmes, eligibility criteria, application form and other details are available on our web site.

IMPORTANT DATES :

Last date to submit filled in application form - 10.12.2011 Admission Test - 19.12.2011, Interview - 20.12.2011

Download application form and filled in applications should be sent to

Prof.R.Venkateswarlu Chairperson-Research Programmes GITAM School of International Business (Formerty GITAM Institute of Foreign Trade), GITAM University GITAM Campus, Rushikonda, Visakhapatnam - 530 045, A.P., Ph. +91 -0891-2840406, 09441354376 Fax : +91 -0891-2790036 Email: researchadmissions@gitam.edu, Website : www.gsib.org

Admissions for MBA Programmes in International Business, International Banking and Finance and Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management at the School for 2012 -2014 batch are open. For details visit www.gsib.org. Contact Prof. PRS Sarma, Chairperson, Admission Committee , Mobile No: 9000303027

GITAM SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS-Admission to Ph.D./M.Phil. Programmes (2011-2012) (Full-Time/Part-Time)