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  • Hi Aashik, Thanks for writing to Minglebox.com

    The eligibility criteria for MBA in Singapore is one must have completed 3-4 years of UG studies. However, the Ministry of Education (MOE), Singapore has prescribed the age criteria for different levels of study and has prescribed Supplementary Admissions Exercise for International Students (S-AEIS) as a compulsory test for applicants seeking admission in Junior College.

    Academic certificates, Proficiency Test scores and other related documents as per the university requirements. Some Universities require Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT) and GMAT tests as mandatory entrance exam tests.

    You need to check with the particular institute which you wish to enroll for their application details as it varies with other Institutes /University. You can apply directly or through Online.

    Letters of reference or recommendation letters play a very important part in your admission to a good MBA program. A recommendation letter is a signed statement from a person who knows you well professionally or has taught you in a subject that is related to the course you are applying to. The placement depends on the institute you wish to enroll.

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    Cheers By minglebox-counselor, On 11 Mar 13

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