MET GOES GLOBAL
Capturing the Global Business Management Challenge
During the last two decades the MET Schools of Management have not only offered over ten thousand alumni to the service of industry and trade globally, but led charge of Indian professionals in the international business arena. From the southernmost windswept business centres of Christ Church to the LeninskyProspekt in frozen Moscow connecting the dusty Dera in Dubai to the placid Pacific beach front in Vancouver, METizens are at work and play in sync with the doffing and applauding corporate leaders. The Gulf area entrepreneurs have a special liking for our students, especially the Insurance and Finance experts as they surpassed the international competition in this sector. MET's Global initiatives are:
1. eMBA - Insurance/Finance/ Banking and eMBA Insurance in collaboration with Chartered Insurance Institute (London). Under this programme almost two hundred professionals are working in the Gulf area in various insurance companies, broking firms and financial houses offering universal insurance packages as well as Takaful policies specially designed for local markets.
2. eMBA Digital Business Management - Under this programme standard management verticals are
delivered leveraging the eCommerce and Digital Business Management specialisation.
3. eMBA Global Business Management (Option after certificate III) - Under this programme students are delivered eBusiness and key
Digital business learnings with special emphasis on Global Business Management inputs in the first three
semesters while they are given an option to pursue the fourth certificate as well as internship at internationally acclaimed learning centres such as Monash University of Australia, Mountbatten Institute UK, Christ Church University at New Zealand and Concordia University of USA. Under this programme four students have gone to UK and the next batch of ten students are going to Australia and UK soon.
MET firmly believes that Global Business Management education is the need of the hour and we strive to
ensure that these learnings are delivered at affordable cost by international collaboration and apprenticeships.