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SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test) Registrations close on 22nd November 2013

The Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is the first step in the selection process for admission to industry-recognised MBA programmes offered by Symbiosis International University (SIU).

Nov 22, 2013 12:06 IST
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The Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is the first step in the selection process for admission to industry-recognised MBA programmes offered by Symbiosis International University (SIU). Established in 2002, the University offers contemporary and industry-relevant programmes delivered by best-in-class faculty, in state-of-the-art infrastructure. A wide choice of niche specialisations has made the University a preferred choice for candidates seeking global careers.

SNAP is the common entrance test that opens doors to 13 constituent Institutes offering 16 thoughtfully designed MBA programmes.  This year, the admission process for MBA programmes has been simplified. After the SNAP test, shortlisted candidates will need to appear for only ONE personal interaction (PI) and writing ability test (WAT).

In a bid to increase the convenience factor and reduce the expenses incurred   in attending multiple PI processes conducted by the different constituent units of
SIU, on different dates and venues, shortlisted candidates are now being allowed the choice of the location, date and time of PI and WAT to be held at the University campuses at Pune, Bengaluru and NOIDA.

SNAP Registrations are now open, and aspiring candidates can register online at http://goo.gl/wdeGrR till 22nd November, 2013. www.facebook.com/SymbiosisSNAP or Twitter: @SNAPSIU, www.youtube.com/user/SymbiosisSNAP

SNAP Registrations 2013

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