The Admissions Committee puts great effort into understanding each applicant's academic ability, career goals, leadership potential, extracurricular interests, and interpersonal skills. In order to create a diverse and intellectually stimulating learning environment, MYRA seeks to admit students from all disciplines and walks of life.
We require a bachelor's degree in any discipline with 50% and above, from a recognized institution. Your subject background, extra-curricular activities, awards, and recognitions are also considered.
For SC, ST, OBC candidates the qualifying criteria is as per AICTE norms.
Applicants should have valid CAT, CMAT, XAT, NMAT®, GMAT®, GRE® or MET® (MYRA Entrance Test) scores. Entrance test score is an important evaluation criteria for selection.
MET is an in house test conducted by MYRA for students without any other standardized test score. Students may opt to take MET to meet the eligibility.
We encourage students to have 0 to 2 years of experience. However, Work experience is not mandatory for any of the programmes. We believe that students bring their professional experience to the class and contribute to the cohort interactions and are able to take away more. However, we also welcome exceptionally bright fresh graduates who possess drive and confidence.
The statement of purpose essay forms an important basis for selection to our programmes. Your essay should showcase evidence of leadership, professional promise, your career goals, your personality, and reasons for pursing higher education. (Word Limit: 2000)
Any candidate will be issued offer letter after qualifying certain selection criteria, each stage of the selection process is graded. The stages of selection process as follows:
Scholarship is awarded to the candidate in the following categories or all of the below:
Applications are accepted from October 1st 2019. Admission decisions are made on a weekly base and all subject to the management counsel recommendation. Candidate selected for the program will hear from us within 7 working days.