There are several student societies, clubs, and associations on campus.
In general, college life is very educating and fun at Alliance, if you have some nice friends and social circle. But if you are an introvert and don't socialize much, Alliance University is not the best option for you.
There are several hostels in and outside the University campus, separate for boys and girls. The basic fee requirement is
Apart from hostels, a couple of other options like real-estate properties and societies are available to vacate for students near the college, but at a small distance.
The college food is covered under the Hostel-fee, so no extra payment is required. Taste-wise, it's just average and more of a make-shift option.
The quality of classrooms, labs, libraries, dining halls and other infrastructure are up to the mark. The wi-fi connection has average speed but restricts certain features not related to academics.
Alliance University, [AU] Bangalore Fee Structure. The annual tuition fee is about INR 200,000.
No specific scholarship options are available to students.
If required, several banks provide student loans for tuition fees.
In the Internship period of the BBA course, several well-rated Organisations perform their admission procedure in the University. The Organisations come from all across India. The admission procedure may include - entrance test, Interviews, seminars, casual Q&A, etc. depending on the Organisation. The roles to be performed and the placement cut-off at the Internship may vary from Organisation to Organisation. Even the Strip-end Pay from the Internships extends from "unpaid" to "20,000" per month, depending on the Organisation.
In order to enter the Alliance University, the student must:
The Admission process includes the following steps:
alliance university also a various number of clubs and associations like toastmasters club, alliance adventure club, Student support services, HR club etc
alliance university really has an amazing infrastructure, I give you that. it has 3 girls hostels and 3 boys hostel. it also has a gym, playground, labs etc. and it really has a tremendously big library.
Class timings and daily routine differ from courses to courses and from semester to semester, so it depends. For BBA it is from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM and the timings increases in the final sem.
Alliance University, [AU] Bangalore Fee Structure. The fee for BBA is Rs 2 lakhs per year.
You won't be getting any additional scholarships. but if your grade is good enough then you can apply for a scholarship.
As a student of alliance university i did get few considerable amount of opportunities in many decent companies like adithya brila, knight frank and etc
The admission procedures included the verification of the student's academic background, like whether he is from science, computer or commerce background. They also had an entrance examination AUSAT which didn't really serve the purpose of an entrance test. And finally a personal interview. Alliance University has an amazing infrastructure, but to be honest, students who are willing to join in that college better be aware of the uncertain management problem going over there.
Marketrix club, Sprint club, HR club, Finance club, Toastmasters.
Main festivals in the campus are Holy and Ganesh Chaturthi
The Infrastructure is quite awesome and attractive, the college is filled with greenery and there is lavishness everywhere.
Class are for 1.15 hrs and the quality of teaching is same like everywhere in India, my overall experience in the college didn't meet my expectations and requirements
Alliance University, [AU] Bangalore Fee Structure. The tuition fee for my course is Rs 2,00,000.
I'm not aware of any scholarships and the average no.of people getting scholarships, I think loans are not needed
placements and internships are mostly conducted by startups and of course, there were few huge companies like Aditya Birla etc
An intermediate level is the eligibility criteria, AUSAT is the entrance exam. typical cutoffs are not considered to be significant.
There are a few associations, clubs in the campus like singing, dancing, adventure, photography, music, etc
Cultural festivals like Onam, Ganesh Chaturthi, and others are celebrated here, sports like Cricket, Badminton, Basketball and many other sports are being played in the campus
The life in college in funfilled, chatting with friends, outing everything.
There are 4 hostels, two for girls and two for boys. Hostel fee is 96000 per semester for a single room and 86000 for double sharing.
PGs are not available for girls near to the college but boys pg are available near the college. Girls pgs are available 8km away from campus but direct transportations are available so there is nothing to be worried about.
Food is quite good especially for South Indians, it costs rs.65 per meal but for the hostelers, it is included in their hostel fees.
Everything is high quality, in the classrooms classes are done through projectors, it is accommodated with speakers, the library is also accommodated with all the books, proper reading place, silent environment, wifi is available 24*7, the infrastructure you may like it very much, it is full of green, beautiful campus.
Classes start from 9.00 am onwards till 1.30 or maybe sometimes 3.00 pm or 4.00 pm and frequently assignments will be given, exams will be of one mid-sem and the final examination and maybe in between some class test the faculties may take.
The quality of teaching is very high, all the faculties are highly qualified and very helpful, whenever you are in any kind of problem regarding your subjects they would help you. They also give assignments to do on whatever is done in the class, they would ask questions to make sure you understood, and some test they will conduct for upgrading your performance.
The experience is good, the college environment is captivating, the campus is beautiful, its full of green.
Alliance University, [AU] Bangalore Fee Structure. The fee for my course is INR 8 lacs, which we have to pay quarterly.
There are scholarships of some amount if you perform well on you GD PI and also there are some scholarships under the state government.
I have not done any internship before. I have started doing my internship now.
IBM, LOREAL, ORACLE, BISLERI, KPMG, BYJUS, HCL, HUL, etc.
Average salary is 5-6 lacs of package and highest salary 17 lacs, percentage of the batch gets placed is 90%
Alumni network is very good, whenever you need any information regarding the college they will be very much friendly to provide you all the information regarding the whole curriculum.
The eligibility criteria is that 10TH,12TH, and Grad percentage must be 50% or above and the percentage of your entrance examination must be 70% or above. For the admission procedure, the University Team will be conducting a GD-PI round for the selection of the students in some of the cities.
I took MAT entrance examination.
Cutoffs are for the general or OBC category students 70% or above, for others 50% or above.
Life in college is pretty good, but due to some clashes within the organization, there are not many festivals within the campus.
There are two boys' and three girls' hostels within the university campus. The hostel fee would be costing you around Rs90,000/- per semester.
There is nothing such as pg's but there are hostels and gated communities for students nearby the university which is way cheaper compared to the accommodation within the campus.
The classes look amazing and have the latest technology with comfortable furniture. The food is particularly not that great but yeah it is edible.
The university functions from 9 AM to 6 PM.
Assignments, presentations and projects are included in the part of the semester assessment.
The quality of teaching is pretty good .
Talking about the university, its one of the best campus in Bangalore. Students come from various parts of the country and also from abroad. it has been a brilliant experience to me till now at the university.
The course fee would cost 2 lakh per anum for BBA students at Alliance University, Bangalore
I am really not aware of the scholarships provided in our university.
I am presently pursuing my internship at GetMyUni. Business companies come with a package of 6 to 7 lakhs per annum. Around 40% of the students get recruited in every batch. The alumni network has recently been stabilized, the university is coming up with various things but still yet to happen.
The admission procedure for the university is that there is an entrance test AUMAT followed by an interview. The eligibility criterion is 60% in 12th. There will be a selection round where students would be shortlisted from the entrance test and then will be interviewed by a senior professor.
CLAT. 50% minimum marks in 12th. No cutoffs as such. they took me on the interview basis.
No haven't done any intern yet. ADITYA BIRLA, AON Global, Axis bank, Blue ocean and blue Dart
80% for BBA An entrance test was conducted by Alliance University 80 to 90%
We don't have students active in the university. We have a carnival. It is good because of my friends, but apart from that educational experience is fine.
4 hostels, 5 pgs may be. Food is okay. We have good infrastructure, the library is okay, wifi signal strength is fine.
Our management keeps changing, so two management has a different style of Working. Quality used to be good once, the experience of the college was fine.
Per annum Rs 155000. I have no idea about the scholarship. I haven't taken any loan for the course.
I have interned with my own ability and through my own contacts, never received any stipend.
I wrote ACLAT, I don't know about cutoff but I got 120 out of 200, give an interview and I got through the college.
I took admission in the college on the basis of class result where I scored 108...cut off was 100...people who don't qualify through clat..they can take admission through LSAT or on the basis of CLAT which their own entrance test. after clearing test followed by Personal interview.
College life is good, every couple of months there will be a fest or something will be there
Infrastructure is outstanding no need to talk about it but the food is average.
In the beginning, it was good means 2016 now very poor, lack of experience teaching, academics are very poor
2laks per annum and there is no scholarships while joining they will say but they don’t give any scholarships
Not many placements happen in the recent years, due to chancellors issue. Still, that issue is going
They conduct an objective type exam for hundred you should get min 50marks and then personal interview. There are no cutoffs