With a lot of new universities getting started in India, finding the right one is quite a baffling process. However, Alliance University, Bangalore beats quantity with its quality education. Set up in 2010 by Act No. 34 of the Karnataka State, Alliance University has emerged as one of the most popular universities in South India.
The varsity boasts of its robust industry interactions, research aimed at solving problems of the real world and a plethora of international collaborative arrangements. Alliance University also holds an exemplary track record in career counseling and placement facilitation.
The University’s oldest professional school, Alliance School of Business has been frequently appearing on the list of top 10 private business schools in India compiled by various ranking agencies. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) course offered by here is the flagship course and is accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), USA, a premier international accreditation body for business management programs.
Alliance University recently started its MBA Admission Program for the session 2018-19. The varsity, guided by Chancellor Sudhir G Angur is now offering new semester exchange courses, which promise a deeper understanding of global dimensions of business and cross-cultural learning.
As told by Alliance University Chancellor Sudhir G Angur, the second or third semester of the MBA study is the best time for a semester exchange at one of the university’s partner institutions abroad. With a firm grounding in the first semester before setting the focus on specialization in the third and fourth semesters, students attain a right frame of mind for exploring parallel perspectives.
The list of Alliance University’s global partners includes big names like Telecom School of Management, Paris School of Business, Toulouse Business School and INSEEC from France, Berlin School of Economics and Law, European Business School and University of Applied Sciences from Germany, and University of Memphis, San Jose State University and Webber International University from the US.
Other educational partners of Alliance School of Business include Togliatti Academy of Management from Russia, University of Dundee from the UK, Maastricht School of Management from the Netherlands, Antwerp Management School from Belgium, and Fairleigh Dickinson University from the US.
Chancellor Sudhir G Angur has also started International Summer School at Alliance School of Business. The three-week program will include visits to foreign universities and an in-depth look at the inside workings of the top global corporations. Students will be allowed to choose a university for the Summer School program.
The comprehensive study capsule curated by Alliance University is blended with a cultural aspect, enabling the management students acquire the necessary hands-on experience and a broader approach towards the global economy.