Graduate in any discipline from a recognized university with a minimum of 50% at graduation need apply. Those who are appearing for their final examination in the current year may also apply. However the student must produce the documental evidence of having cleared graduation on or before the program, commencement, failing which their admission will be for liable for cancellation and fees will not be refunded.
Purchasing the prospectus is mandatory for all academic programmes and does not guarantee admission in any way. The selection is strictly merit based. If the information disclosed in the application form is incorrect or if the candidate is found canvassing for admission in any form, the Institute has all the rights to disqualify the candidate. The Institute will not be responsible for any natural calamity that may delay the student participation in the selection process. In such cases no refunds of the expenses incurred by the students will be entertained. The management reserves the right to make changes in any of the mentioned weightages/processes; such changes will be displayed on www.met.edu, the same will be final and binding. The decision of the Admission Committee on admission matters is final and binding.
Miscellaneous Charges (as per institute norms)
Since there are only limited seats available, it is imperative that candidates undergo a rigorous selection procedure, which is designed to test not only their academic qualities, but more essentially their aptitude for the creative and constantly changing aspects of mass communication and media industry.
The candidate will be tested on his/her ability to handle uncertainty and the pressures of demanding deadlines and clients, and ability to demonstrate pro-activeness, initiative and creativity in finding solutions.
The entrance procedure will encompass the following:
The management reserves the right to fix the minimum qualifying marks for each of these components/sub components and or change the components/sub components and their weightages.
MET has worked out special educational loan schemes for qualifying candidates along with leading banks. Details are available at the Institute.
The Freeship program funds the education of two academically qualified but financially challenged students. An impartial committee has been set up for this purpose. Students applying for the said opportunity will need to submit proof for the academic scores/family income. Though MET has a provision of one student per program, in case of more than one deserving candidates the grant is equally divided.