The programme develops global business leaders who can provide leadership at any level, in an increasingly global economy. The curriculum teaches students the underlying disciplines of management and provides graduates the flexibility to pursue careers in a variety of industries across geographical and functional boundaries. The primary teaching pedagogy at SDSB is “Case Method of Teaching” which sets it apart from all other business institutes in the region. At SDSB, we exercise the Case Method of Teaching through close collaboration with Harvard Business School and the University of Western Ontario, both of which are pioneers in this teaching philosophy. We take pride in our innovative and evolving curriculum, keeping it relevant by maintaining a close relationship with the business world.
The MBA programme was recently revised on the basis of current international best practices incorporating feedback from alumni, students, and the industry. The new experiential learning model is based on practical application of reflective learning process in an entrepreneurial environment, which augments personal leadership capacity building by bringing industry practitioners to the classroom.
The programme has an enriched portfolio of local cases and greater engagement with corporate industries.
The programme is divided into three main exrecises:
How To Recruit?
MBA students and EMBA participants come with diverse experience and varied academic backgrounds which makes them ideal for cross functional roles. MBA students enter the programme with prior experience typically ranging from 6 months to 6 years with average experience of 2 years. Whereas experience of EMBA participants spans from 6 years to 22 years with average experience of 12 years. Companies consider our business graduates to fill roles from junior to senior levels across different functions.
MBA and EMBA students are most suited for companies seeking experienced candidates to fill key positions in the organisations. Register on the placement portal (https://lums.talentera.com/) or contact any Sector Specialist for assistance.
Entry Level Hiring
Students with 0 – 2 years experience in the MBA programme are ideal candidates to fill entry level positions in management trainee programmes.
We have a dedicated portal that offers an automated solution to students, recruiters and alumni to meet their recruitment or internship needs. Employers are required to register on the career portal to post jobs, download resume, schedule on campus interviews, participate in MBA events, partner with clubs/ societies, networking nights, counseling session and other activites Logon to www.mpo.lums.edu.pk for more information about the office or www.connect.lums.edu.pk to access the job portal.
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MBA Consultancy Project (MCP):
The MBA Project is a mandatory requirement of our MBA curriculum. Groups of students work with an organisations on a managerial issue/project over a course of 10 weeks. They construct and present an exhaustive solution to the client and faculty audience at the end and are graded accordingly by both. In many cases, these solutions are actually implemented by the clients and give successful results amidst real business environments. Invitation for the MBA Consultancy projects are sent out by one of faculty coordinators in July/August every year.
If interested, write to Dr. at @lums.edu.pk or call at 042 3560 8000.
The office organises mock interviews for MBA students with successful senior alumni to hone their interviewing skills, prepare them for diverse interview environments and clear ambiguities related to industry dynamics.
MBA Externships provide students with an experiential opportunity to visit an organisation. Each year, various organisations invite students to their offices. These externships offer unique insights into their day-to-day operations, people, and culture. Externships can also enable more interactions with senior leaders and alumni within the organisation.Popular times for externships lie during the semester break every year i.e. December and January Student volunteer as temporary resources in short assignments, projects, case studies, business plans, research work or a helping hand in ongoing business operations.
Summer internships are mandatory part of the MBA programme and internship cycle starts in February each year. Students are required to complete a 6 – 8 weeks project based internship where they can apply their learning from the programme. The office has a dedicated resource for managing the internships, this helps in meeting student expectations along with fulfilling company needs.