Correspondence courses are offered by various universities all over the country. In today’s competitive world, the growing need for management degrees has prompted several working professionals to pursue MBA programs for their career progression.
Often the lack of time and other resources for the professionals has encouraged them to join correspondence MBA courses offered by various universities and institutions. The correspondence MBA courses are on par with the on-campus courses. Also this gives them an opportunity to pursue the correspondence MBA course offered by the University of their Choice.
The eligibility criteria for these correspondence MBA courses are any bachelor’s degree with minimum 45% marks.
Some universities conduct entrance tests for the students seeking admission for the correspondence course of MBA while some of them don’t conduct entrance tests.
Application and prospectus for these correspondence courses of MBA could be downloaded online to be filled up and sent later.
The course duration of correspondence courses of MBA is usually 2 years and follows the semester pattern.
Almost all the universities offering correspondence MBA courses conduct contact classes and workshops to aid students in preparing for the course in best possible manner. However, attendances to these classes are normally optional.
The course materials are provided by the universities offering correspondence course of MBA itself. The cost of the course material is covered by the course fee itself. Some universities also have the facility of e-learning for the students of correspondence course of MBA. Apart from these the prescribed list of reference books is also provided to the students for their convenience.
Some of the institutions offering correspondence course of MBA are:
- IGNOU, New Delhi
- Symbiosis institute of management
- Alagappa University, Karaikudi
- ICFAI University
- Sikkim Manipal University
- Indian Institute of Materials Management, Mumbai