A master's in Business Administration is a 2 year degree course that leads to a plethora of career options all around the world. MBA admissions are based on the MBA entrance tests, GDPI, class 10 and 12 merit, work experience and other factors. Candidates must hold a Bachelor's degree in commerce, humanities, science or a related field in order to be admitted to an MBA course.
MBA admissions examinations in India are divided in three parts namely National level, State level and University or College level entrance exam.
Top B-Schools take common admission examinations, which are regarded top exams and are held at the national level for applicants. All participating colleges recognise the results of such admission examinations. CAT, MAT, XAT, ATMA, CMAT, IIFT and other major national level MBA admission examinations are accepted by all B-Schools.
Candidates who wish to attend state colleges must take the state level admission test. Some states administer their own admission examinations for MBA courses. OJEE MBA, AP ICE and MAH MBA CET are some of the most well known state level admission examinations.
Some institutions may provide admission to students based on their own examinations. CUSAT CAT, NMAT, IRMASAT, IPU CET,are some of the university level examinations.