Management Colleges in Mumbai Explore the list and find one for you
The city of Mumbai was named the Alpha world city in 2009 having the highest GDP not only in India but also in South, West and Central Asia. Apart from this, it is also an education hub of the country, boasting colleges that provide courses and programmes in arts, commerce, science, engineering, law, technical studies, management studies, applied arts, media and many more. Pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree has become a rave worldwide, especially in India. Anyone who has graduated in any field can pursue this degree which has added to its popularity. True to its tag name, there are a number of top class management colleges in Mumbai.
The management colleges in Mumbai are government run as well as well privately owned. Usually the government colleges offer programmes in diploma in management, masters in business management and human resource management. These colleges have excellent faculty, library facilities and terrific placement opportunities. Some of the best known government run management colleges in Mumbai are – K.C. College of Management Studies, Lala Lajpat Rai Institute of Management, Govt. of Maharashtra’s Sydenham Institute of management Studies, Wellingkar’s Institute of Management, K.J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research, Rizvi Institute of Management Studies and Research and many more. To apply to these colleges one has to either have a CAT score or a MAT score or even has to sit for the separate entrance examinations if the institutions have one. Usually these colleges are affiliated under the University of Mumbai.
The private management colleges in Mumbai are equally well known and are sought after by students to pursue their MBA degree from. The most popular of the private colleges is S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, which is an autonomous college and does not fall under the jurisdiction of the University of Mumbai. It is a really sought after college and admission is based on one’s CAT score. The other private management colleges of repute are – SIES College of Management Studies, ITM Business School, MET Institute of Management, N.L. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research Center and many more.
Also there are private colleges that offer full time and part time courses. Usually students opt for the full time courses; only those who have to work and then pay for college opt for the part courses offered by the following colleges – International School of Management and Technology, Indian Institute of Finance and Management, Rustomjee Business School, Center for Management, Mumbai School of Business and many more. Out of the management colleges in Mumbai that offer full time courses, the best are – Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, National Institute of Retail Management, Unitedworld School of Business, Indian Business School of Management, Pinnacle School of Business Management, Indian Institute of Export and Import Management and many more.
The management colleges in Mumbai that have been mentioned above are some of the best in business which is why the competition for enrollment is intense. The courses often vary from institute to institute, but at the end of the day, students who pass out from these colleges have no problems with placements.
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