Yes, barring one or two, all the faculties are the same. Our team of faculties is selected from across the globe given their level of expertise in the industry as well as in teaching.
Incoming students can be allowed to transfer up to 6 credits of previous graduate or qualifying undergraduate work.
Students are expected to be familiar with basic calculus, linear algebra, probability, and statistics. The program is also open to students without sufficient background in statistics and mathematics, however, they must be willing to adjust their coursework for fulfilling the formal prerequisites.
Although desirable and useful, a background in Economics/social sciences is not mandatory. EIMT developed this to accommodate students of all backgrounds.
Financial support is extremely limited. Generally, there’s no financial aid for students in online master’s degree programs.
EIMT graduates are thriving in numerous positions across diverse industries like Investment banking, management consulting, brokerage, government organization, and even in the non-profit sector.
We are fortunate to have a close-knit, friendly, and supportive group of students who are eager to share their experiences with prospective and incoming students.
No, a GRE exam is not required for any of the graduate programs in the Department.