The two-year full-time PGDM at Goa Institute of Management is the flagship program. The PGDM is accorded NBA accreditation and equivalence with Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree of an Indian University. The curriculum, comprising six terms, constitutes a judicious mix of core and elective courses. In the first year, students participate in the unique Give Goa project that helps them to become more socially aware and responsible towards the broader good of society. The Joint International Internship Seminar (JIIS), an intensive two-week program, is held every year in September. JIIS enables selected students from the University of Antwerp and first year students of Goa Institute of Management to work together on live projects in organizations in Goa.

Batch Size: 240

Batch Composition: In the 2017-19 batch, there were 150 male students and 95 female students. There were 76 students who were fresh graduates and the rest had work experience. 132 students from the batch had work experience of one to three years. 20 among the students having work experience had experience in the IT sector, 16 in Manufacturing, 64 in BFSI and 14 in Consulting.

Placements: For the 2017-19 batch, 39% joined BFSI industry followed by 25% in the IT/ITES. Altogether 120 companies visited the campus for placement out of which 44 were new companies. The highest CTC offered was 24.37 Lakhs for domestic and 34 Lakhs for international placements. The average CTC of the whole batch was Rs 11.22 Lakhs. The average salary of the top 20 students was Rs 19 Lakhs and that of the top 50 was Rs 15.47 Lakhs. The number of Pre – Placement Offers (PPO) increased by 32% over the previous batch. Some top recruiters were – EY, Godrej, Cognizant, Phillips, Asian Paints, Amazon, Accenture, ITC, Infosys, JPMC, Gartner among others.

Admission Process: The college selects students through CAT/XAT/GMAT/CMAT score. The final selection for Regular Round of PGDM shall be made based on objective assessment (40% weightage), past academic performance (15% weightage), work experience, if any (10% weightage), performance in face-to-face evaluation (30% weightage), and Composite Diversity Index (5% weightage). This is subject to obtaining desired proficiency in written communication and the minimum score for each evaluation component, except work experience.