Swiss School of Management

Universal Business School

Universal Business School

The Swiss School of Management is pleased to announce its collaboration with Universal Business School (UBS), which is in the close environs of Mumbai, India. As a Business School, their Mission is to transform the lives of students and provide the industry with ethical global leaders for the 21st century, who are sensitive towards protecting the environment and are passionate about making significant societal contributions. UBS is ranked among the Top 4 Business Schools according to Times B-School journal and is an AICTE approved school of higher education. Together, SSM & UBS are offering a joint MBA in Global Management & Leadership Program.

The Universal Business School was established in 2008 by CEOs who have headed multi-billion dollar MNCs in 100+ countries, and it was endorsed by 60 CEOs. The founders have studied in Michigan Business School-USA, Tuck Business School-USA, IMD-Switzerland and IE Business School-Spain and have brought the global best practices by establishing a fully residential campus of exceptional quality near Mumbai. UBS is approved by AICTE, Government of India and follows the 3E Model viz. ETHICS, ENVIRONMENT and EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING (80% Practical Learning).

The campus – UBS, India’s first Green Business School, is a fully residential green campus spread over 40 acres in the Karjat valley, with mountains and waterfalls as a backdrop during the rains, empowering creative learning among students. It is the state-of-the-art infrastructure built by Perkins Eastman, USA, who have built Cornell University, Columbia University and NYU Stern Business School. The infrastructure is truly world class, earning the rare distinction of being termed a ‘FIVE STAR’ university by India Today.

The cooperation between the two institutions should specifically develop and promote the following activities:

  • Mutual exchange and collaboration of professors, researchers, students and other staff
    in the academic domain;
  • Conducting joint research projects, either funded by one of the Parties or funded by both
    universities, as well as funded by government grants and/or private funds;
  • Organization of academic programs/courses, seminars, scientific conferences, and other
    forms of exchange of knowledge;
  • Exchange of expertise and programs in fields of mutual interest;
  • Other efforts for the mutual benefit of the Parties are welcome.