RICS school of Built Environment invites applications to built environment specializations

RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University, India’s first and only School of Built Environment has started inviting applications for the full-time built environment specialization courses for the academic year 2019 for both the campuses in Noida & Mumbai. Students, who are seeking career opportunities in the field of built environment (real estate, infrastructure & construction sectors), could easily apply for the Post Graduation courses through RICS SBE website.
Courses Available:

MBA in Real Estate & Urban Infrastructure
MBA in Construction Project Management
MBA in Construction Economics & Quantity Surveying, and
Post Graduate Diploma in Facilities Management
Eligibility criteria (Noida Campus)

Sponsored category min 50% marks in Graduation with min score of MAT-450/GMAT- 450/ CMAT – 100or percentile in CAT/XAT – 65 / NMAT – 50 or Amity Written Test on the day of Interview
Non Sponsored category min 50% marks in Graduation with min score of MAT – 500/GMAT – 500 / CMAT – 150 or percentile in CAT/XAT – 75 / NMAT – 60 or Amity Written Test on the day of Interview.

Eligibility Criteria (Mumbai Campus)

Qualifying CAT/XAT Percentile: 75, NMAT 60 percentile, MAT Score: 500 GMAT Score: 500 or Test on the day of interview Graduation (min 50%).

For Applications: www.ricssbe.org/programs/admissions/
For more information: www.ricssbe.org/programs/admissions/how-to-apply/

Last date to submit application: December 21, 2018

How to Apply: Candidates could apply online by downloading form, pay fees, and submit. Students could also apply offline by a demand draft of Rs 1,100 in the favor of ‘Amity Form’, payable at New Delhi. Name and application form number of the candidate must be mentioned at the back of the demand draft.

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