MET Global Initiatives: MoUs with the Michigan State University, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK, Six Sigma, Singapore, Sprott Shaw College, British Columbia, Canada, Mountbatten Institute, UK, Global School of Management for academic alliances with leading universities and institutes from UK, USA, Canada, Singapore and with Questkonnect, Australia, Tianjin University, Tianjin University of Technology and Nankai University
International Internships: MET students have pursued internships with the UN (ECOSOC) Forum, New York, USA.
MET eCell: Designed to promote Invention and Entrepreneurship termed as ‘Inventrepreneurship’ at MET. MET eCell is a place for all to gel where each one has something new to tell. The MET eCell regularly holds workshops, seminars and guest lectures by eminent entrepreneurs.
Sensitivity to Social Causes: The students and MET faculty are currently executing Project TRUTH (Total Rural Upliftment Through Holistic Care) in cooperation with the United Nation Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA). Students involvement ensures development of social sensitivity towards problems of under development and poverty. It also helps understand the working of NGOs who are now the focal point of wider issues of corporate governance.
Competency Mapping: The in-house psychologist at MET maps the students’ competencies, in order to guide them in their academic pursuits.
MET Combat: Students participate and compete in an inter and intra-class debate competition on contemporary & controversial subjects. This sharpens their analytical, logical and oratory skills.
Grameen Expedition: Rural visits had been organised through the MET Grameen Expedition. The aim of these trips is to encourage students to realise that fortune lies at the bottom of the pyramid.
Stormet: Operating through nine verticals, the Stormet groups, through discussions and in-house interaction, work towards knowledge enhancement.
MET on Wheels: A pioneering concept where MET students visit organisations in various sectors in the country, in order to study practical management system ‘Know Thyself And Thy Country’. With a view to provide first hand experience of the work places, the institute arranges regular visits to select industrial and commercial undertakings.
Management Consultancy Division:It offers Management Development Programmes, Executive Training, Research and multi-consultancy support to corporate houses, such as Dun and Bradstreet, Nicholas Piramal, Mazgaon Dock, Ingenero, Goodlass Nerolac Paints, Merck Serono and Merck Chemicals in India, to name a few.
MET Vault: An in-house wall magazine where Creativity meets Management. This monthly wall journal was launched to provide Management students with a platform to express their creative sides.
MMR: MET Management Review is a Bi-annual Research Journal (ISSN 2394-4013). The main purpose of MMR is to promote evolution, nurturing and presentation of Innovative thoughts, theories , approaches, practices and applications in the context of Indian and Global management arena through research articles of the management fraternity. These articles cover a broad range of management and economic issues and is peer reviewed for wider acceptance.
MET Pedal: A Perspective Entrepreneurial Design and Application Lab is being set up to attract entrepreneurial talent both in-house and from the open market, to develop design and applications for industrial and societal use.
Incredible India Yet Not Insured.
Sample Study - Mumbai Train Bomb Blast 7/11: It was a series of seven bomb blasts that took place over a period of 11 minutes on the Suburban Railway in Mumbai, India's financial capital. 174 died and over 700 were injured, in this terrorist attack. The students undertook a study by visiting the family of each and every one of the victims and made an attempt to understand insurance penetration and density in Mumbai.
METCONNECT Dubai: It was an exclusive meeting of minds from the corporate, academic and student world. It was organised to introduce the MET League of Colleges to the corporate world in the Middle East with a focus on placements.
Global Shapers Platform: MET has co-sponsored the launch of Global Shapers platform in India as an extension of the Global Shapers initiative of the World Economic Forum. It is an attempt to link young achievers with grass root entrepreneurs making a positive impact on the entrepreneurial eco system and attract the youth to the self employment mode.
METCONNECT: A meeting of minds from the corporate, academic and student worlds. This interaction with the corporate houses serves as a forum for exchanging ideas in order to meet the requirements of the industry in India.
MET Synergy: An Industry Academia Interface, where students got an opportunity to interact with the doyens of the industry through platforms like CEO Speak and guest lectures.
MET Kwhiz: 'MET Kwhiz – News Power Knowledge was launched to offer MET management students a weekly platform to understand and analyse the major events of the preceding week. It helps to keep them updated with current events and their implications, attempting to chart a course for tomorrow as an answer to the events of today. Major events of the preceding week. It helps to keep them updated with current events and their implications, attempting to chart a course for tomorrow as an answer to the events of today.
Global Faculty: The curriculum at MET ensures that the students graduate as global managers. The international borders are shrinking and the world is fast becoming one global village, it is thus imperative that the students gain inputs from across the borders. We therefore invite global faculty to share their thoughts and experiences with the students. International experts from across various verticals help the students gain an international perspective.
China Study Mission: Management students from the Mumbai and Nashik campus undertake China Study Mission. The team visits various factories and retail outlets in the cities of Shanghai, Hongkong, Shenzen, Shunde and Zhongshan.