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April 21, 2009

Adam Smith Management Aptitude Test (ASMAT) MBA Admission

MBA Admission

Admission is through Adam Smith Management Aptitude Test (ASMAT 2009) and Interview process.

Program Structure
The Program covers 28 courses apart from 2 Management Theses and 2 courses of Soft Skill Labs spread over 2 years in 4 semesters. Students are also required to undergo a summer internship program.

Commencement of Classes
The preparatory classes for the program will start from June 01, 2009 at all ASIM Campuses. All students are required to attend these classes, which will ensure that they build the foundation required for effective learning during the program.

Electives
The students can pursue elective courses in Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, Operations and Information Technology & Systems. Each student must choose eight electives. While four of these electives must be from a single stream, the others can be from any stream. To specialize in a particular stream, a student has to pursue at least four electives from that stream. Thus a student can acquire a dual specialization by choosing four electives from one stream and another four from a second stream. The program offers further flexibility in terms of two optional free electives, which are not an essential part of the graduation requirement but can
be opted for by interested students.

The MBA Program of the University prepares the students with the skills, knowledge and strategic perspectives essential to the leadership of business anywhere in the world. The MBA Program is designed to provide both a portfolio of strong functional skills and the ability to apply,
adapt and integrate those skills in different management settings.

Last date for receipt of completed OMR Application Form for ASMAT 2009 is 25th April 2009.

ASIM Admissions Office
ASIM (HQ)
5th Floor, Mirra Trade Center,
Punjagutta, Hyderabad - 500084
Tel: 040 – 23430400 / 478
Fax: 040 – 23430477
E-mail: admissions2009@asimindia.org
Web site : www.asimindia.org
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