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Admission FAQs

When will the online link open?

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

What is the process to apply for admission?

You have to submit an online admission form available on the website and upload your documents and pay the fee online to collect your admit card for the test. You need to upload your academic testimonials, employer certificate (if applicable) and 2 passport size photographs (white background).

What is the last date of submission of forms and the date of the aptitude test?


For MBA Programs

The last date to submit the form is:

Saturday, June 13, 2020
Aptitude test date is on
Saturday, June 27, 2020


For MS, MPhil and PhD Programs

The last date to submit the form is:

Saturday, July 11, 2020


For All Bachelor’s Programs

The last date to submit the form is:

Saturday, June 13, 2020
Aptitude test date is on
Sunday, June 28, 2020

What will the test consist of?

The test consists of six sections in all as listed below:

  • Three sections of English Language
  • One section of Mathematics
  • One section of Word/Letter series
  • One section of General Knowledge
  • What is the duration of the Aptitude Test?

    70 Minutes.

    How many questions are there in the test?

    There are 115 questions, all MCQS and there is no negative marking.

    Does IoBM provide any reading material or model papers preparing for the aptitude test?

    The sample papers of the aptitude tests are available on the website.

    What will the test consist of for MPhil/MS and what is its duration?

    The test will consist of English, Analytical and Quantitative sections and the duration of the test is two hours.

    What is the criteria for American / Canadian High School Diploma?

    2.5 CGPA is required.

    How many A-levels are required and do you need IBCC Equivalency?

     3 A-levels with atleast two C grades excluding General Paper and Urdu. Equivalency from the IBCC may also be required on a case to case basis.

    What is the criteria for HSC students?

     Minimum C grade both in SSC and HSC with 55% marks

    How many years is the MBA program?

    The duration of the MBA is two years.

    What is the difference between MBA Weekend and other Regular Programs?

    MBA Weekend requires one-year post qualification work experience after graduation but for other programs work experience is not mandatory.

    What is the difference between the Regular and Weekend MBA?  

    Regular classes are held on weekdays (9:00am to 4:00 pm or from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm).

    Weekend classes are held on Saturdays and Sundays. Weekend MBA is specially designed for people who are working, however, the course content is the same.

    If someone wants to transfer credit hours, what is the policy regarding this?

    You have to apply for admission as a fresh candidate. After admission you can submit your official transcript with a request to consider transfer of credit hours. The courses could be transferred in which you have an A or B grade and the course outline matches ours. The transfer request is subject to approval by a committee.

    What is the fee structure for Undergraduate Programs?

    Tuition Fee is Rs. 18,126.00 per course (Effective Fall 2020)

    Registration Fee is Rs. 10,000.00 per semester

    Security Deposit is Rs. 15,000.00 (Refundable)

    What is the fee structure for Master’s programs?

    Tuition Fee is Rs. 19,494.00 per course (Effective Fall 2020)

    Registration Fee is Rs. 7,000.00 (04 courses)

    Security Deposit is Rs. 15,000.00 (Refundable)

    What is the fee structure for *MPhil/MS programs?

    Tuition Fee is Rs. 13,110.00 per course (Effective Fall 2020)

    Registration Fee is Rs. 7,000.00 (04 courses)

    Security Deposit is Rs. 15,000.00 (Refundable)

    What is the fee structure for *PhD programs?

    Tuition Fee is Rs. 14, 250.00 per course (Effective Fall 2020)

    Registration Fee is Rs. 5,000.00 (02 courses)

    Security Deposit is Rs. 15,000.00 (Refundable only on completion of the Program)

    *Supervisor/Thesis/Examiner fee are also applicable.