Mumbai University admission is open for M.Sc. and MCA courses for the academic year 2017-18. Admission to M.Sc. course is based on the marks scored by a student in the qualifying exam cum merit. For Integrated M.Sc., admissions are done through the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) 2017 and for MCA Programme, MAH-MCA-CET score is considered. read more
Mumbai University invites applications for admission to various UG courses in the Faculty of Arts, Science, Commerce, Performing Arts and Fine Arts. Students have to qualify in the entrance, preliminary test or audition test to secure a seat in the University. read more
University of Mumbai offers BMS-MBA on the basis of All India Merit Rank of MUCMET 2018, usually conducted in the month of May every year. Eligible candidates can fill and submit the concerned application form along with the fee and necessary enclosures on or before the last date. read more
Mumbai University offers various full time PG courses under the faculty of Arts, Science & Fine Arts. The applications are available on the University website & students have to submit the same in the respective affiliated colleges. read more
Eligible candidates may apply to Ph.D program offered by Mumbai University in multiple disciplines. Candidates are shortlisted through Mumbai University PhD PET 2017, to be conducted in January 2017 (tentative). Interested candidates can submit completed applications along with the fee within the stipulated time. read more
No entrance was required. Admission allotted based on graduation marks. After all, it's a professional degree which helps throughout life. As the law is included in every field, industry, it is important to learn & understand it. There is latin Maxim applicable in India "Ignorance of Law, is not an excuse". Hence, it is essentially required to learn & understand it well.
After completing my 12th from school in Commerce, I applied for BMS in 4 colleges in South Mumbai and my name came in the list of KC, based on my 80% scored in 12th standard. There was no entrance exam, but selection based on your last % scored.
I took admission for my First year i.e FYB.A.The admissions were completely merit based.I got 78% and my name was there in the 3 rd merit list.I choose KC college since it's a very reputed college,plus i heard it has the best psychology department in Mumbai.
12th state board, i scored 84. I chose this college because is is flexible with my schedule as i am pursuing CA.
There was no entrance exam. Admissions were basis the marks obtained in the 12th standard. I chose to study Statistics because of my interest in the subject. I took admission in this college because it has been a reputed college in Mumbai for many years now. The college infrastructure, course curriculum, faculty, fees and location were important considerations for me to choose this college.
Information Technology as an industry was an up and coming one at that time. It was the second best after medicine. I had heard a lot of good things about the college and hence decided to join here.
JEE -38, but since i scored less so i thought of becoming a it engineer. I scored good in boards so i got admission in KC college.
It was interview session with Manju Nichani and the best question asked was what you would like to become 5 years down the line. I am happy what I committed I did it and it's 5 years now I chooses to become Media Planner and today I am here.
I did not give any entrance exam back then.
I appeared for HSC before taking admission in this college. I opted for B. Com as I was late for admissions and didn't had any other option as the seats were full in other streams.