Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Course Highlights

The two-year MBA program consists of six trimesters. Students can choose a range of elective subjects from areas such as Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Information Technology and Systems, International Business, Operations and Business Analytics. Apart from the different core and elective courses in management, the school offers courses on Inner development (Yoga and Meditation), Indian culture and ethos, entrepreneurship, short film making, and business ethics. The objective is to make the students versatile in both the theory and practical aspects of business. The School organizes industrial visits to expose the students to business activities. Besides, Entrepreneurs and Business Experts visit the campus and interact with the students. Assignments and activities which require data to be collected from companies are essential component of our learning environment. Many of the courses adopt a project based learning mode, requiring the students to do projects with an organization.

Eligibility
Exams Taken
CAT | XAT | CMAT | MAT | NMAT by GMAC | ATMA | GMAT
Work Experience
Not Applicable
Admissions Process

Eligibility A minimum of 60% marks is required in undergraduate degree from a recognized University or Institution. The Bachelor’s degree should be of minimum 3 years duration after completion of higher secondary education (10+2) or equivalent. The candidate should have studied in regular full-time programmes. The candidates appearing for final year examination in 2016, whose results will be published before August 2016, are also eligible to apply. Relevant work experience will be an added advantage. The candidate should have taken any one of the tests -CAT/XAT/MAT/NMAT/GMAT/CMAT and the scores should be made available to the admissions office before the last date for application. Admission Process Candidates can apply online at www.vit.ac.in/vitbs All eligible candidates will be invited for a written assessment test(WAT) and a personal interview (PI). The final selection will be made based on the merit list using a composite score with components: (1) academic performance (2) profile scoring - work experience, awards and recognition etc. (3) WAT score (4) PI score and (5) the management aptitude test score

Important Dates
Last date to apply:
June 9, 2017
Cut off accepted:
Not available
Interview & GD Process
Personal Interview | Written Ability Test
Seats
Seats: Not available