MET, India's premium B school and the CII (Chartered Insurance Institute), London, the world's most reputed insurance body, have together devised a PG programme that will shape global insurance professionals in India.
Technical contents of the Post Graduate Programme in EMBA-Insurance have been developed by the CII, London. This, coupled with the management and business modules designed by MET, will deliver unrivaled specialised education in an industry that's poised for phenomenal growth. Post graduate students can now get the best of both worlds. Not only will they have the double advantage of mastering an PGP EMBA and Insurance, but they will also get the edge in placements. Because when you are razor sharp on both sides, you can cut across the world. 150 countries, to be precise.
The MBA in Insurance surely opens doors for budding professionals as MET’s Post Graduate Programme in Empowered Management and Business Administration offers selective specialisation in Insurance, enabling them to master the chosen arena. Beside this, it offers them an internationally recognised qualification and chartered status. The students from this post graduation / masters course in insurance would get familiar with the global insurance industry and receive optional training in the London International Insurance Market. Recognising the steadily expanding requirements of the economy, MET - a leading Insurance Institute in India invests in the delivery of a world class PGP EMBA-Insurance program.
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.
A candidate seeking admission must be a Graduate in any discipline from a recognised university, approved by the University Grant Commission (UGC). In the case of foreign nationals, the university must be approved by the respective state/country.
Those who are appearing for the final year of Degree Examination in the current year, can also apply. However they must produce documentary evidence of having passed the examination on or before the commencement of the programme, failing which their admission will be liable for cancellation.
Candidates applying for this programme will be selected on the basis of:
MET - MCT + Aptitude Questions and Statement of Purpose – SOP on video (Online Interview only if required) + Academics Performance + Other Parameters
MH-CET, CMAT, XAT, CAT, ATMA, GMAT, MAT + Aptitude Questions and Statement of Purpose – SOP on video (Online Interview only if required) + Academics Performance + Other Parameters
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|Aptitude Questions and Statement of Purpose - SOP||80|
|MH-CET, CMAT, XAT, CAT, ATMA, GMAT, MAT||100|
|Aptitude Questions and Statement of Purpose – SOP||80|
MET - MCT is specifically designed to assess the suitability of students for various management careers. These tests establish score on emotional balance, extroversion, adaptability, congruence and ethics. There are no right or wrong answers. The candidates are to describe themselves honestly and as accurately as possible.
Annual Fees is Rs 3,50,000 (Rupees three lacs fifty thousand only) + GST as applicable. Fees are payable by A/c payee demand draft in favour of ‘MUMBAI EDUCATIONAL TRUST’s ASIAN MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT CENTRE’ payable at Mumbai.Students can resort to online payment as per the details contained here in the prospectus.
On being selected the students will have to pay the total fees of first year i.e. Rs 3,50,000 (Rupees three lacs fifty thousand only) + GST as applicable immediately at the time of admission, failing which the admission is liable to be cancelled. Fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstance.
The London Study Tour is optional for the students who are ready to pay Rs 2 lacs extra for the visit, before the start of the tour. MET shall not undertake the tour programme if the number of students are insufficient.
MET has worked out special education loan schemes for qualifying candidates with leading banks. Details are available at the Institute.
Currently the Institute does not provide in-house hostel facilities to students. However, it endeavours to help students procure hostel accommodation.