IILM Undergraduate Business School, New Delhi offers an Undergraduate program in the field of Management. The fee structure for BBA is mentioned below:
IILM Undergraduate Business School (IILMUBS), New Delhi was established in 1996, with the mandate of providing management education of the highest quality and to become a centre of excellence in value-based management education, training, research and consultancy. The IILM Undergraduate Business School has been rated A++ in the 9th Annual Business India B- School Survey 2009. As an institute, IILM stands committed to retaining flexibility and responsiveness to management needs.
IILM collaborated with University of Bradford in 1996 to offer various courses in the area of management at the UG level in the campus. Bradford University and the IILM Undergraduate Business School follow identical curriculum, syllabi and study material, lists of recommended texts, business games and case studies for respective courses. There is a regular bilateral faculty and staff exchange between the School of Management, University of Bradford and IILM-UBS for academic and administrative purposes.
Students are permitted to transfer to Bradford University anytime after completing the first year at IILM-UBS. IILM UBS has a twinning program with Royal Holloway University of London. Students are given the option of enrolling for a degree from RHUL by IILM. These students complete their first year in IILM and after a successful completion of the first year, they proceed to RHUL to complete their degree.
Campus of IILM Undergraduate Business School -
The IILM campus is located in the heart of New Delhi. The campus is within10 minutes of the four major Indian chambers of commerce - FICCI, CII, Assocham and PHD. All major corporate houses and government offices are in vicinity which is convenient to the students when undertaking any projects or summer training or meeting any of the important people in business houses.
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