NALSAR University of Law invites application for MBA admission


The Department of Management Studies, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, has invited applications for admission to the 2 years, full time, Master of Business Administration (MBA) Programme.

The Program offers a unique amalgamation of law and management. The specialisations offered as part of the Program include Corporate Governance; Innovation & Sustainability Management; Financial Services and Capital Markets; Operations & Systems Management; Marketing Management; Human Resource Management; Business Regulations; Court Management and Business Analytics.

Eligibility: Applicant should be a Graduate in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized institute/university. Applicant should have a score of at least 70 percentiles, in CAT 2022.

Those appearing for the final year qualifying exam are also eligible to apply.

NALSAR Management Entrance Test (N-MET PG) will be held on 19th February, 2023. It will have questions from (a) Language Ability & Logical Reasoning (30% weightage) (b) Data Interpretation & Quantitative Ability (40% weightage) and (c) Business Aptitude (30% weightage). N-MET PG Mocks will be available prior to the exam.

Those who qualify the NMET/CAT will be shortlisted to appear for the Group Discussion and Personal Interview. Students shall also submit the Statement of Purpose (SOP) individually as per the schedule and format indicated by the admissions committee.

The final selection will be based on (a) NMET/CAT (50 % weightage) (b) Statement of Purpose (SOP) (10 % weightage) (c) Personal Interview (20 % weightage) and (d) Group Discussion (20 % weightage).

Application: Application can be submitted online at https://apply.nalsar.ac.in/asm-form latest by 3rd February, 2023.

For details, visit https://doms.nalsar.ac.in/

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