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Single form to help simplify MBA admissions

For students who want to do Masters in Business Administration (MBA), the application process just got easier. HT reports.

delhi Updated: May 03, 2011 23:36 IST
HT Correspondent

For students who want to do Masters in Business Administration (MBA), the application process just got easier. HT Campus.com has launched MBA Common Application Form, a single application form to apply to multiple MBA colleges.

Hindustan Times' education portal, HTCampus.com, has tied up with many MBA colleges across the country to simplify the application procedure for MBA aspirants through the concept of a Common Application Form.

Through this platform, students can avoid the process of filling in multiple, costly physical admission forms, and just make valid applications to multiple colleges with only one online form, accepted by popular colleges such as IIPM, WLC, NIIT University, Skyline Business School and Centum.

"We're starting with MBA common application, but will soon extend this to many other fields including Engineering and graduate courses,” said Amit Garg, Business Head, HT-Internet.

“We're certain that this platform will provide huge benefits to students and colleges alike. Students often cut down on the number of colleges they apply to because of the costs and hassles involved in procuring applications directly from multiple colleges,” Garg added.

“With our online system and tie-up with colleges, the Common Application simplifies the process greatly," he said.

The service requires students to login to HTCampus.com, fill an online application form, select colleges they want to apply to and make a nominal payment. Students can also track the status of their application and colleges can communicate directly with students through this system.

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