IMB Admission Requirement
A) ADMISSION CALENDAR
|Application Start Date||4th Week of September|
|Round 1 Submission Deadline||20th November, 2019|
|Round 2 Submission Deadline||20th January, 2020|
|*Round 3 Submission Deadline||20th March, 2020|
|*Round 4 Submission Deadline||10th May, 2020|
*Subject to availability of seats
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- All applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree (or should be currently in their Final Year) in any discipline from a recognized institution.
Candidate should have a minimum of 50% in X, XII & graduation each. The calculation of percentage for X and XII has to be done by considering all subjects. For graduation, percentage calculation has to be done as an aggregate of all semesters/years. The candidate should also have 65% as an average of X + XII + Graduation. Students in the final year have to calculate their aggregate percentage summing up to the last semester/year of mark sheet available.
All applicants are required to submit either CAT/NMAT by GMAC/GMAT/GRE or take the Bocconi Test, in a particular round. Please fill in all the details when you start the application and plug or email your scores once you receive the same. We take into consideration the best score for evaluation in case of multiple test scores.
For (IMB) International Master in Business (Batch of 2019-21), SDA Bocconi Asia Center formerly MISB Bocconi is accepting the following Test Scores:
–CAT scores – 2018/2019
—NMAT by GMAC 2018/2019
—GMAT taken after January 1, 2017
—GRE taken after January 1, 2017
- Candidate can opt to attempt the Bocconi test in the IMB 2020-22 online application form.
- No minimum work experience is required. IMB a full-time postgraduate program is designed for freshers and young executives up to 5 years of Work Experience
SDA Bocconi Asia Center formerly MISB Bocconi uses CAT scores only for screening applications for admissions and IIMs or AICTE has no role in the conduct of SDA Bocconi Asia Center formerly MISB Bocconi’s academic programs