Is The PGPDM Right For You?

The Postgraduate Program in Data Science and Machine Learning (PGPDM) is jointly offered by the University of Chicago Graham School, IBM and Jigsaw Academy. This program is designed to be the best education in data science and machine learning and has helped many students accelerate their career.

There’s a lot going in favor of the PGPDM, but there’s one important question you need to be able to answer if you’re considering the program…

Is the PGPDM right for you?

We have put together a handy checklist that can help you work out if you are a good fit for the PGPDM.

  1. Are you interested in learning data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence?
  2. Do you have a background in programming OR have a logical bent of mind?
  3. Are you considering doing an MBA or any higher degree?
  4. Are you looking to change your job, get a salary hike or a promotion?
  5. Are you looking for a foreign degree to make you stand out from your competition?
  6. Do you want to continue earning while you study and get a new skill set?
  7. Are you willing to spend around 15 lakhs to get a degree?

If you answered yes to at least 4 out of the 7 points above, give us a call on +91 9019917000. The PGPDM program would be a good fit for you.

Apart from being a good fit, you would benefit from the PGPDM because:

  • Companies such as Accenture, Dell, Genpact and more will hire from PGPDM graduates.
  • You gain access to our placement assessment services.
  • You gain access to our internal personal branding and other education sessions and industry interaction sessions.
  • You gain access to the alumni network of the University of Chicago as well as Jigsaw Academy.

You can also read about the experience of other students who have pursued the PGPDM below:

  1. Mohammad Jawed Asad (
  2. Joe Moses (
  3. Krishna Neeraj (
  4. Karthik Karunaharan (
  5. Mrigank Sharma (
  6. Sankarlingam Balakrishnan (

Don’t wait: You can call us on +91 9019917000 or send us a mail at pgpdm@jigsawacademy.

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