Eligibility

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

For Indian NationalsFor Foreign Nationals

A bachelor's degree or equivalent in any discipline as recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with minimum 50 per cent marks or equivalent CGPA in the course

OR

A bachelor's degree or equivalent in any discipline as recognized by their respective resident countries appropriate agencies with minimum 50 per cent marks or equivalent CGPA in the course

A bachelor's degree or equivalent in any discipline as recognized by their respective countries appropriate agencies with minimum 50 per cent marks or equivalent CGPA in the course

As on March 31, 2020, minimum 5 years of post-qualification experience as an executive or a self-employed professional

As on March 31, 2020, minimum 5 years of post-qualification experience as an executive or a self-employed professional

Valid CAT/XAT/CMAT/MAT/ATMA/GMAT score

Valid GMAT score

  • Candidates without any of the above entrance exam scores would be admitted provisionally based on their performance in IMI’s own Admission Test but they have to necessarily clear one of the abovementioned tests within 6 months of joining the program.
  • Satisfying the above eligibility criteria is a necessary a condition but not a sufficient one for an application to be considered by IMI. The institute reserves the right to set minimum cut-off score in respect of any of the entrance exams mentioned above.
  • Shortlisted candidates (other than those sponsored by their organisations) have to appear for a personal interview. Such interviews would be conducted in the institute’s campus in New Delhi (India) and a handful of other Indian cities such as Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, etc. IMI would not be reimbursing the cost of travel, boarding and lodging for any of the candidate for the purpose of appearing for the admission test or for the personal interview.
  • In the case of foreign candidates, the interview would be through Skype. Also, verification of documents would be on the date of their joining the programme.
  • Selection would be based on entrance exam score plus interview plus the overall academic record of the candidate.
  • Selection exercise would be carried out in multiple cycles as detailed elsewhere.
  • Given the fact that the medium of instruction is English, proficiency in the language is a necessary requirement.
  • Candidates who are sponsored by public sector undertakings/government agencies and departments/reputed private organizations would be admitted based on the shortlisting done by their respective organizations. They would be exempt from the entrance exams referred to above

 

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