Duke CE’s academic rigor in collaboration with upGrad, will make this a deeply engaging journey for all of us. Our cutting edge curriculum and upGrad’s learning advantage will definitely help people to become next-gen Product Managers.
- Sharmla Chetty, CEO Duke CE
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As part of an integrated project in the program, build a working prototype of a product
Apply your product management skills to build a product you're passionate about
Add it to your portfolio and resume to gain recruiters' attention
Learn to analyse the environment, conduct user research across online and offline retail shoppers, understand how to suggest features of improvement for a seamless experience and metrics to measure your success for a niche e-commerce apparel brand
Learn how to establish the target market for hourly booking of hotels, user needs, growth opportunities, and how to build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and identify relevant success metrics
Understand how to increase the number of recharges for Freecharge by improving the growth hack funnel and how to propose retention, referral and revenue growth hacking strategies to achieve business goals
Learn how to analyse of key competitors of a healthcare product
Learn how to create a business plan for cab-sharing app’s expansion to the Indian market and how to represent it using the Business Model Canvas
Learn how to design and sketch a wireframe for a hypothetical health-based app that tracks and monitors health and fitness
Understand how to create a product backlog and how to figure out epics and user stories for a feature for an OTT platform
Learn to prioritise tasks and feature updates for a cab-sharing app’s operations
Over 2,300 students have completed this course and started working at their dream job, whats stopping you?
*Referral offer is valid only on the Post Graduate Certificate in Product Management
Devoting 10-12 hours per week will be enough to get you through the program. The more time you devote, the greater will be your learning from the program.
Yes, post successful completion of this programme, you will earn a certificate issued by Duke Corporate Education, certifying you as an Industry ready Product Manager.
The Applicant should have a Graduation Degree.
Refund Policy: (Programs without prep-session component)
Deferral Policy: (Post Programme Commencement)
0% EMI with Finance partners /Credit card option availability will vary program wise.
1. Which banks allow using 0% Credit card EMI or Credit card EMI?
No cost EMI is available on credit cards from all major banks (American Express, Bank of Baroda, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Indus Ind Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, RBL Bank, Standard Chartered, Axis Bank, Yes Bank)
2. Is there any minimum transaction limit ?
Yes. 50000 is the minimum.
3. Standard Chartered Bank offers 18 or 24 months No Cost EMI ?
No. ONLY 12 months is available irrespective of the Program enrolled.
4. Will I have to pay any extra amount for EMI transaction?
If you are availing 0% credit card EMI, upGrad will not charge any processing fees or down payment for these transactions. Your bank may levy GST or other taxes on the interest component of the EMI.
5. Are there any fees or down payment?
Certain banks charge nominal processing fees between INR 99 - 500 on 0% Credit Card EMI transaction. If charged, will be billed in the first repayment installment.
6. Can I use my International credit card for 0% credit EMI or Credit Card EMI?
Only the Indian bank credit cards can be used. But you can pay the amount using the Credit card option in one shot / part payments, and later you can convert into EMI from your respective bank. The tenures and interest charged will depend on your bank. upGrad will not charge any processing fees or down payment for these transactions, this will be purely between you and your bank.
7. Are there any charges in case I opt for cancellation/refund from the course after paying balance with no cost EMI ?
Yes, there will be additional charges to the extent of interest paid by the upGrad to the bank, you will be refunded only Principal amount, i.e. the amount actually deducted/blocked from your card. This deduction will be in addition to the amount mentioned in the refund policy shared with your offer letter.
8. Can I Pay Using Multiple Credit Cards ?
Multiple cards can be used to complete the payments using Part payment option make sure to inform the learner, minimum transaction is INR 50000 to opt for 0% CC EMI E.g. Amount to be paid: 150000. I can pay using 2 Credit cards. Yes, Example :
HDFC Card – Part payment – INR 100000
ICICI Card – Part payment – INR 50000
9. How can I opt for Credit card EMI if my bank is not listed in the 0% Credit card EMI or Credit card EMI?
You can pay the amount using the Credit card option in one shot / part payments, and later you can convert into EMI from your respective bank. The tenures and interest charged will depend on your bank. upGrad will not charge any processing fees or down payment for these transactions.
10. Why is the entire amount blocked on my credit card?
Initially your bank will block the entire amount from your available purchase limit and from your next billing cycle, you will be charged the EMI amount. As you start paying your EMI, your credit limit will be released accordingly. For example, if you have made a payment of ₹100000 on 6-months EMI and your credit limit is ₹200,000 then initially your bank will block your credit limit by ₹100000. After payment of your first month EMI of Rs.15000, the blocked amount will come down to ₹85000.
11. Why is interest getting charged on No Cost EMI?
Your bank will charge you interest. However, this interest charge has been provided to you as an upfront discount at the time of your payment, effectively giving you the benefit of a No cost EMI. The total amount paid during the entire EMI tenure to the bank will be equal to the amount to be paid to upGrad.
Eg. Amount payable to upGrad: INR 405000
Let's say Amount deducted at the time of transaction: INR 379850 (Principal amount) Bank charges interest of 12-15% per annum on INR 379850
[Note: Interest factor is reducing rate and not Flat rate]
EMI AMOUNT = INR 33750 x 12 = INR 405000
Effectively, you have taken loan on 379,850 instead of 405,000