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Commonwealth Executive Master of Business Administration Test (CEMAT)

The Commonwealth Executive MBA (CEMBA) has been offered since mid-2002 through four premier South Asian open universities: Bangladesh Open University (BOU), Indira Gandhi National Open University, (IGNOU, India), Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL), and Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU, Pakistan).

It was designed, developed and implemented through collaboration between the four universities and writers from universities in Commonwealth countries like Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

The CEMBA program provides an opportunity to acquire both accreditation and valuable training for candidates who are resident of a participating country, or possess any sort of undergraduate degree. The program aims at providing a significant short- and long-term human and economic development pay-off for the South Asian Commonwealth region.


  • An undergraduate degree with good standing (certain professional qualifications may be deemed as equivalent to a degree)
  • A minimum of two years of relevant post-qualification experience
  • Residency in any of the Commonwealth countries where the program is offered
  • A good working knowledge of the English language at the postgraduate level
  • Satisfactory score on the CEMBA admission test
Contents of the test:
The Admission Test (CEMAT) is designed to measure the capability of the candidate applying for this rigorous and demanding program of study.

The admission test consists of multiple choice questions designed to test the applicants` capabilities in the following spheres:

  • General Awareness
  • English Language
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Reasoning

Candidates successfully completing the admission test shall be eligible for admission for the next 2 cycles for which the test scores are valid. After receiving the result card and successfully qualifying the same, the candidate needs to fill up the admission form given. Registration for the program shall be valid for 5 years from the date of admission.

However, in case the candidate is not able to complete the program within 5 years, he/she will be eligible for re-admission by paying the fee for the balance courses. The application for admission has to be made to Deputy Director (International Cell), by filling up the relevant form.


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