|Master of Business Administration (MBA)
|Any Bachelors Degree
|MBA (OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT)
|MBA (SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT)
|Any Bachelor’s Degree
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Eligibility Criteria for Master of Business Administration (MBA): No Engineering Required!
If you're thinking about the regular MBA program, you simply need a Bachelor's Degree from a recognized university with at least 50% marks or a similar CGPA. This requirement is a bit lower (45%) if you're from the Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), or Persons with Disability (PwD) categories. It doesn't matter if you're not an engineer. Whether you studied humanities, commerce, or something else, you can apply. Even if you're in your last year of college, you can still apply if you meet the criteria by the time you start the program.
Eligibility Criteria for MBA (Operations and Supply Chain Management): A few restrictions!
Now, about the MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management – it's not entirely for engineers. If you have a full-time Engineering/Technology degree from any field, you're good to go. The requirement is an average of 50% marks, and there's a bit of a relaxation (5%) for SC/ST/PwD candidates.
Also, if you've got a full-time degree like M.sc. Mathematics, M.sc. Statistics, Dual Degree (Maths and Computing) with a duration at least 5 years, or BS./B. Tech (Economics) with at least 4 years, you're eligible too. So, this program is open for a limited segment of non-engineers.
Eligibility Criteria for MBA (Sustainability Management): All Disciplines Welcome!
The MBA in Sustainability Management is another exciting opportunity. The rules here are similar to the regular MBA – a Bachelor's Degree with at least 50% marks or a similar CGPA (45% for SC/ST/PWD candidates). This program is open to folks from different fields.
Using CAT 2023 to Get In
To apply for any of these programs, you'll need to take the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2023 on 26 November 2023. Your CAT score is super important for getting into IIM Mumbai. InsideIIM will bring all information about admission policies and application forms as soon as it is rolled out by IIM Mumbai.
And speaking of forms, there's a fee for applying. For General Candidates, it's ₹2000, and for SC/ST/PwD candidates, it's ₹1000.
Non-engineers, you're invited to join programs like MBA, MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management, and MBA in Sustainability Management. IIM Mumbai is all about welcoming different kinds of students.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- What's the latest update about IIM Mumbai's programs?
The CAT authorities officially announced on August 29th that IIM Mumbai's programs are now open for admission. The IIM Mumbai official website has announced the details about eligibility for different courses.
- How do I apply for IIM Mumbai's programs?
To apply for IIM Mumbai's programs, interested candidates need to fill a separate form on the official IIM Mumbai website. The portal for this form will be updated soon with further information.
- What is the importance of the CAT 2023 score for admissions to IIM Mumbai?
The CAT 2023 score is a crucial factor for securing admission to IIM Mumbai's programs. It plays a significant role in the admission process and is an essential component of your application.
- Are there specific disciplines that can apply for the MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management program?
Absolutely, non-engineers are eligible to apply for the MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management program. This program is open to candidates with a full-time Engineering/Technology degree from any field. Additionally, candidates with degrees in M.sc. Mathematics, M.sc. Statistics, Dual Degree (Maths and Computing) with a duration of at least 5 years, or BS./B. Tech (Economics) with at least 4 years can also apply.
- Is IIM Mumbai now accepting non-engineers for its programs?
Yes, indeed! IIM Mumbai has expanded its horizons and is welcoming applications from non-engineers for various programs, including the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and more.