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BI Norwegian Business School exchange and student recruitment in India. Exchange. Three exchange partners: Indian Institute of Management Calcutta Management Development Institute Gurgoan Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad 5-10 students per year Challenges :

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exchange
Exchange
  • Three exchange partners:
    • Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
    • Management Development Institute Gurgoan
    • Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad
  • 5-10 students per year
  • Challenges:
    • Academiccalendar – Indian students arrivetoo late and leavetooearly
    • Finances
    • Cultureshock
    • Demandingprogrammes in India
why recruit in india
Whyrecruit in India?
  • Secondbiggestexporterof students (China #1)
    • For variousreasons Indian students arebeginning to moveaway from traditionaldestinations like Australia and UK
  • Englishlanguageproficiency
  • Goodquality students – contribution to internationalclassroom
  • Huge interest in business studies at master level
    • 205,000 CAT (CommonAdmission Test) takers in 2011
    • Most prestigiousschools in India (IIM) have 2700 seatsavailable per year
bi india recruitment campaign
BI India recruitmentcampaign
  • Started in 2008/2009
  • No fairs butinformationmeetings in hotels
  • Main focuson master programmes
    • Butalsobachelorprogrammes
  • Major urban centers: Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, and most recently Pune
  • Localconsultant/agent
why consultant agent
Whyconsultant/agent?
  • Indian students are used to theconceptofeducational agents and actuallyexpect it
    • According to British Council more than 40% of Indian students use agents
  • Localfollow up of students is a greatadvantage
    • More effective and cheaper
  • Consultantmodelsecurescommitment
    • Long-term relationship
    • Costs!
evaluation
Evaluation
  • Mismatch betweenbackgroundof students and studyprogrammes at BI
    • Vast majorityofindianapplying to business programmes have an engineeringbackground
    • Bridgingprogramme?
  • Campaignneeds to be refocusedon students with a business background
    • Buildrelationshipswithcolleges/universitiesthat have undergraduateprogrammes in business/commerceetc
  • Alumniareimportant
  • ’Placement’ is extremelyimportant
    • Internships!
    • Cooperation withNorwegiancompaniesthatareactive in India
  • ’GSU liste’ is major obstacle for recruitment at bachelorlevel
threat gsu liste
Threat: GSU liste?

All India Senior School Certificate (Standard 12) issued by CBSE + 1 year university education or

Indian School Certificate (ISC Standard 12) issued by CISCE + 1 year university education or

Higher Secondary Certificate issued by State Secondary School Boards + 1 year university education or

Pre-University Examination Certificate + 1 year university education or Intermediate Examination Certificate + 1 year university education

meanwhile in denmark
Meanwhile in Denmark

All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC) from Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) + 1 year of higher education studies or equivalent supplementary studies.

=>A higher educational institution might within the institution’s discretion admit candidates with an All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC) passed with minimum 65%.

Indian School Certificate (ISC) from Council for the Indian School Certificate (CISCE) + 1 year of higher education studies or equivalent supplementary studies.

=>A higher educational institution might within the institution’s discretion admit candidates with an Indian School Certificate (ISC) passed with minimum 65%.

Higher Secondary Certificate or equivalent from other boards:

=>An educational higher institution might within the institution’s discretion admit candidates with a Higher Secondary Certificate passed with minimum 85%.

status gsu liste
Status GSU liste

The use of the list is binding for admissions to first-cycle studies pursuant to the Act relating to Universities and University Colleges of 1 April 2005. (FOR-2007-01-31-173).

The use of the list is guiding for admissions to second- and third-cycle studies, subject-specific recognition and general recognition.

gsu liste and admission to master
GSU liste and admission to Master

Most UG programmes in arts, commerce, science in India areofthree-yearduration (engineering, technology: fouryears)

Bindingapplicationof GSU liste to master admissionwill lead to demandofextrayearofuniversityeducation for threeyearbachelorprogrammes and furthercomplicaterecruitment to masterlevel studies in arts,business, science

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