Management Aptitude Test

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) - information

The Management Aptitude Test is an entrance exam that is held by the All India Management Association for the admission into the post graduate management courses in all the various management institutes in the country. Candidates who pass the exam can get enrolled into large number of management colleges and universities in the country.
It is a very important and hard to crack exam that has been popular with the students who want to pursue management studies after graduation.

Eligibility criteria

Candidates who want to appear for the Management Aptitude test should be a graduate from a recognized university to appear for the entrance exam of MAT. Candidate who is in the final year can also appear. The candidate should have complete 18 years of age on the particular date the board specifies.

Important dates

Candidates should be aware of the important dates if they want to appear for the MAT entrance test. The last date of the sale of the forms will be in April every year, and the last date for submission of the forms will be also April of that year. For the online registration, the date is in April as well and for online submission also in the same month. The test will be held in May every year.

How to apply

Candidate can select any one mode of application. By paying Rs. 1200 in the branches of the bank of Baroda or the Axis bank or can pay Rs. 1050 to the AIMA, New Delhi. One can also register online to their website with the credit card payment and pay according to the given instructions. The tests are carried on in many cities of all the states of India and one can choose their own city according to their convenience.

List of colleges

There are several institutions in India that accept the scores of the MAT conducted in the country. They are:
  • ABES Institute of Management, Ghaziabad
  • Amity University, Noida
  • Brij Mohan Institute of Management and technology, Gurgoan
  • Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Institute of management and higher studies, Kanpur
  • Dewan Institute of management studies, Meerut
  • Bhavan's center for communication and management, Bhubaneshwar
  • Future institute of engineering management, Kolkota
  • Larveen College of science and management, Bangalore
  • Karunya University, Coimbatore
  • National institute of tourism and hospitality management, Hyderabad

Last Updated on : February 15, 2019

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