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The International Edge

Students who successfully complete the eMBA-Insurance programme will be enabled to apply to use the globally recognised designation 'ACII' and to adopt the ‘Chartered' status. They will also be automatically enrolled as members of the CII for the first year, giving them access to a range of global services to support them in their career.
Recognition by IRDA
The eMBA-Insurance programme has been recongnised by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) as one of the essential qualifications required for Corporate Insurance Executive (CIE) to undertake the training programmes vide IRDA circular - ORD/17/July’09.

Double Advantage
  • eMBA Certification
  • Advanced Diploma in Insurance from the CII
  • Joint Accreditation by MET and the CII
Exposure to International Insurance Market (Optional)
  • Seven days training programme by the CII in London
  • Visit to Lloyds of London - to trace the origin and history of Insurance
  • Eminent international speakers on the topics of Insurance relevance
International Placements
  • Joint efforts by the CII, London & MET, Mumbai
  • Over 150 countries open up as your workplace
  • In the corporate sector, on the strength of the eMBA qualification
  • Advanced Diploma in Insurance - The professional qualification for World Insurance Market
Advanced Diploma in Insurance
  1. Globally recognised qualification
  2. High standards of technical knowledge
  3. Business skills and professional conduct
  4. The CII members use designatory letters 'ACII'
  5. 'Chartered' status for qualifying members of the CII
Top Class Management Education
  1. Life management techniques
  2. Leadership development programmes
  3. Focus on creativity in service sector
  4. Business ethics and practices
  5. KASH (Knowledge, Attitude, Skills and Habits) techniques
  6. Corporate exposure through industrial visits
  7. Case-based and scenario-building methodology, to encourage right perspective evaluation and analytical skills development
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