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The application process to apply at the ISBF will close on November 20. There are a total of 100 seats across four graduate diploma programmes.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 15, 2019 5:11:14 pm
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The early round of applications to enrol in the graduate programmes of Indian School of Business and Finance (ISBF), New Delhi, are closing soon. The ISBF is one of the five featured teaching institutions of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). All programmes at ISBF are taught with academic direction from LSE, and the degree is awarded by the University of London.

The application process to apply at the ISBF will close on November 20. There are a total of 100 seats across four graduate diploma programmes, namely, the Graduate Diploma in Economics, Graduate Diploma in Finance, Graduate Diploma in Management, and the Graduate Diploma in Data Science.

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This is one of the two admission rounds for the 2020 intake under the graduate diploma courses. The early round will be followed by round 1 which will end on January 16, 2020.

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Selection process: Applicants will have to appear for the ISBF Graduate Diploma Entrance Test (iGDET) followed by a personal interview. A final merit list of selected candidates will be released thereafter.

Eligibility: Candidates who have completed or are in the final year of a full-time undergraduate degree programme, are eligible to apply for the Graduate Diploma programmes at ISBF. Candidates applying for the graduate diploma programme in economics or data science must have studied mathematics at least up to class 12.

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