For all those dreaming of making it big in the corporate world and not wanting to go for the regular MBA programs, getting a diploma in Risk Management is the new option. A new course on the block, the Risk Management program is especially structured with a curriculum that spans across all aspects of enterprise risk- financial, operational, strategic, regulatory and compliance, and provides nuanced insights across all key industry verticals.
The diploma is a one year long course with cutting edge curriculum and an extensive infusion of live case studies, to give students a more practical and analytical experience. Leading industry icons will be providing regular course curriculum, making it beneficial for students as it includes real life context learning experience.
The course is being currently offered at Global Risk Management Institute (GRMI), a Gurgaon based institute pioneering in the world of education in Risk Management. GRMI is headed Subhashis Nath and has an impressive board of academicians and is run under the guidance of a board of directors and governors with international representation. The institute, along with specific Risk Management papers, also offers papers in other hand- picked subjects like HR, Organisation behavior, Applied Cyber Risk, and Impact of Digitization on Risk Management which helps students to develop an all rounded approach.
Leading consulting firms have shown interest in hiring all-rounder specialists for their firms who enable them to understand and analyse risk environment and risk trends, mastering which will allow them to gain efficiency.
Some large risk consulting firms like Accenture, EY, KPMG, PwC, Deloitte, Protiviti, Grant Thornton, etc. and other large corporate organizations like General Electrics (GE), Tata Group, PepsiCo etc. are potential recruiters at GRMI.
The admission procedure at GRMI has already begun for the session 2016-17 and forms are available on the website of the institute. The eligibility criterion and the fee structure can be found on the website.
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