At MET Asian Management Development Centre (MET AMDC), students are treated as managers under training. Training is imparted round-the-clock, seven days a week. Projects and assignments are given utmost importance and students learn on the job. Application-oriented knowledge, garnered in the lecture halls, is applied to industry assignments. The faculty spares no effort to make the students razor sharp, so they make their mark in the corporate world. MET AMDC has a wi-fi campus with state-of-the-art AC classrooms. E-enabled libraries that dock approximately 62,000 books, 140 periodicals and 3,000 international online magazines, journals and databases. Fully loaded information and technology centres with wi-fi connectivity, conference rooms equipped with the latest audio-visual facilities and learning aids to create a quasi-corporate ambience. A hi-tech convention centre for seminars and management workshops. Recreation areas to unwind. No effort has been spared to create an environment that encourages students to push the limits of their minds.
Digital Business Management: In order to meet the growing challenges of the digitalised business, eMBA is now offering a unique specialisation in 'Digital Business Management'. This encompasses new frontier of innovative business models, e-commerce, social media management and its effect on futuristic business management.
eMBA - Global Business Management: MET has concluded MOUs with the following institutions for International collaborations, academic exchange and apprenticeship/internship opportunities:
These work opportunities under the MET programme will be offered on completion of the third certificate at MET's AMDC and will involve hands on global work experience to the students while delivery of academic inputs over the decades. The period of internship will vary from six months to one year depending upon mutual comfort level. Thus, at the end of the exposure the students will receive MET AMDC Certification as well as the Global Management Certification from International Institution. Students will be counselled to opt for specialisation on the basis of academic performance at the end of Certificate - II. Actual batch will begin depending upon the critical number of students.