Admissions for Postgraduate Programmes

School of Engineering and Technology (SOET)

M.Tech. | CSE (Part-time Weekend Programme)
M.Tech. | AI (Part-time Weekend Programme)

School of Legal Studies (SOLS)

LL.M. – Constitutional Law

LL.M. – Commercial Law

LL.M. | Criminal Law

School of Management (SOM)

MBA | Dual Specialization – Finance/Marketing/HR/ Digital Marketing/Supply Chain Management/ Business Analytics

Executive MBA | Product Leadership

MBA | Business Analytics & Business Intelligence

School of Science & Computer Studies (SSCS)

Master of Computer Applications

M.Sc | Information Technology in Data Science

School of Liberal Studies (SLS)

M.Sc. | Psychology (Clinical)

M.Sc. | Psychology (HRDM)

M.Sc. |Psychology (Counselling)

Apply Online for PG Programmes


Online applications are now open for students wishing to enrol on undergraduate programmes. Please click on the link provided in the box here to begin the application process.

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Eligibility Criteria

View the educational requirements required for a particular course of study.


Admissions Process

Five simple steps for admission @ CMRU

  • Visit CMRU website and Complete your online application form.
  • Visit the Admissions office of the respective campus and get all the relevant information.
  • Finalise the academic programme / specialization that you want to pursue.
  • Submit all eligibility documents that are required for verification.
  • Pay the requisite fee to confirm your seat

For information relevant to prospective students, please click here.

How to Apply for CMRUAT 2023-24

Students can register for CMRUAT for the following academic program

  • LL.M – Constitutional Law/Commercial Law (1-year program)
  • MBA (2-year program)

To register for CMRUAT, applicants can fill in the application form for their preferred program.
Please reach out to us on – 9342900666 for any queries.


 What are the terms and conditions with regard to admission at CMRU?

The following conditions are applicable.

  • Applications must be made only in the prescribed format. Applicants are requested to read the entire application form carefully before filling it out. The application is a key part of the admission process, and incomplete or false information will adversely affect admission to the programme.
  • Note that CMR University reserves the right of admission and allotment of programme. Once a candidate has been admitted to a particular course, any request for refund of fees will not be entertained.

 What documents are required for admission?

At the time of admission, the following documents must be submitted. This is mandatory. A different set of documents is required for Indian and International Students.

For Indian students:

  • 10th / Equivalent Marks card
  • 12th / Equivalent Marks card
  • Graduation Marks card (for all semesters/years)
  • Degree certificate
  • Transfer certificate
  • Migration certificate
  • Income & caste certificate (only if applicable)
  • Conduct certificate
  • Entrance exam score card
  • Photographs: 4 passport size, 4 stamp size
  • Any other relevant certificates as and when necessary

Additional documents for NRI / international students:

  • Certificate from last Board studied.
  • Photocopy of passport
  • Photocopy of visa
  • Equivalence and Eligibility Certificate from Association of Indian Universities or CMR University
  • Photographs: 6 Passport size, 6 Stamp size
  • All documents should be in English or translated into English

 Are there any terms and conditions regarding submission of documents?

Yes, the following conditions apply.

    • At the time of admission, candidates must submit all the original documents, copies and other relevant documentation as well as a hardcopy of the completed application form.
    • Students should ensure that they keep a photocopy of the documents for themselves before submitting the same to the admissions department.
    • The original documents submitted will be returned to the student only at the end of the program.
    • In order to take back these documents at the end of the programme, a student must produce the documents, typically an acknowledgement receipt a student received during the time of admission.