The School of Management and Entrepreneurship (SME), Shiv Nadar University, is a leading MBA college. Shiv Nadar MBA cut off for Admission 2018 is based on scores of CAT, XAT, CMAT, NMAT by GMAC, GMAT, Own entrance exam scores. Shiv Nadar University MBA placements are high while the Shiv Nadar University MBA cut offs are not very high and the MBA fee structure is also moderate. Shiv Nadar University MBA average package is rising consistently making Shiv Nadar MBA a high RoI programme. Shiv Nadar MBA Admission 2018 can be explored with any of the above exam scores or the candidates can appear in Shiv Nadar University own entrance exam.
School of Management and Entrepreneurship (SME) has been created to usher in a paradigm shift in business education in India. At a time of global uncertainty, volatility and rapid technological disruption, SME aims to develop leaders who are ready to be successful globally.
- SME offers I-Global MBA program which is recognized world wide and is a university MBA.
- The programme is designed by distinguished faculty from Shiv Nadar University, Harvard Business School, The Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley and IIM Calcutta. It is benchmarked against the very best MBA programs in the world.
- MBA Placement at SME is 100%.
- Average Placement for 2017-18 batch has gone up to Rs.8.7 lakhs per annum.
- Top recruiters include Amul, Berger, Voltas, Coffee Day Beverages, Meltwater, S&P Global among others.
- Tuition Fee at Rs.10.00 lakhs is compatible to other top MBA colleges.
- Primary & Advanced Specializations include Marketing, Strategic Management, Finance, HRM, Operations, Entrepreneurship, Advanced Finance, E-Commerce & Digital Marketing, Data Science and Analytics.
- Campus spread over 286 Acres in Greater Noida, National Capital Region has the latest classroom technology and infrastructure, a start-up incubation initiative as well as technology prototyping and financial trading labs.
- It has partnered with some of the most prestigious universities in the world, Duke University and Carnegie-Mellon, to offer its students opportunities for semesters abroad.