International Associations

The world for which the MBA's are preparing is multicultural and multinational. Keeping this in mind, the institute has given its students the opening to develop and apply functional, management and cross-cultural skills and concepts in global business contexts. This is done through collaborative and exchange programs with various institutions abroad.

International Associations:

As a founding member of the Association of Management Development Institutions of South Asia (AMDISA), FMS has a rich history of collaborations with institutions around the world.

  • ESADE, Barcelona, Spain
  •  INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France
  •  Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium
  •  Manchester Business School, England
  •  Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands
  •  University Bielefeld, Germany
  •  University of California, Berkeley, USA
  •  University of California, Fullerton, USA
  •  Wisconsin University, White Water, USA

Foreign Exchange Programs

  • Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan.
  • IAE de Lyon Business School of the Universite Jean Moulin of France.
  •  Indo-Korean Youth Exchange Program, Ajou University, South Korea.
  •  Indian Youth Delegation to China, MOU with Government of China.

Dignitaries on Campus

  • Prof. Xavier Mendoza, Dean, Graduate Studies, ESADE Business School, Barcelona, Spain.
  •  Prof. Gill Palmer, Dean, Faculty of Business & Economics, Monash University, Australia.
  •  Prof. Luis Reto, President, ICSTE, Lisbon, Portugal.
  •  Prof. Brien N. Smith, Chair, Department of Marketing & Management,
  •  Miller College of Business, Ball State University, Indiana, USA.
  •  Dr. Lucien Wuillemin, Director, School of Business Administration,  Fribourg, Switzerland.
  •  Dr. Bruce Winston, Dean, School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, Regent University, USA.
  •  Prof. James V. Wertsch, Director, Washington University in St. Louis, USA.
  •  Dr. Yong Se-Jung, Dean, College of Business Administration, Ajou University, South Korea.
  •  Prof. Parkash Chander, Head, Department of Economics, NUS, Singapore.
  •  Dr. Bradley K. Googins, Executive Director, The Center for Corporate Citizenship - Boston College