The program will not just equip students to explore career options in project management, consulting, policy making, business development, investment,
financial analysis, and social sectors, but also develop a potential to improve and shape the built infrastructure fabric of the country.
Students could work with various kinds of organisations in following areas:
Sector analysis, project due diligence, partner and contractor identification, cost assessments, financial modelling, bid documentation, negotiations, contractor management, government relations, auditor/ lawyer/ technical consultant management,
asset/ operations management.
Project Management, partner and sub-contractor identification, cost assessments, financial modelling, bid documentation, negotiations, government relations, asset/ operations management
Government advisory (concepts, new schemes, policies, transaction management, financial analysis, regulation, toolkits, guidance notes, training and research), private advisory (transaction management, due diligence, partner identification, loan and equity
Banks & FIs, Policy Makers, Think Tanks, Government, Multilaterals
Risk and financial analysis, loan/ equity documentation, treasury, asset management,
recovery, consultant and advisor management