Alliance Ascent College MBA admissions 2017
Institute: Alliance Ascent College
Alliance Ascent College, a constituent college of Alliance University, provides post graduate management programme for students. The admission process for the 2017-19 batch has started.
Programmes Offered & Fees:
Fees 2017 - 2019
Rs. 8 Lakhs
Application Fees & Mode of Application:
Application can be made both offline and online
Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 50% marks (45% marks for SC/ST) in aggregate from a recognised University.
A high score in GMAT/ CAT/ XAT/ MAT/ ATMA/ CMAT/ NMAT/ KMAT/ AMAT.
The Admission Selection Process is comprised of:
Alliance Management Aptitude test (AMAT)
Oral Extempore Presentation
Important Dates: Admission related dates are:
MBA Fall (July) GD/PI Schedule
March 15 &16
Application Deadline: March 15, 2017
Alliance Ascent College, Alliance University
19th Cross, 7th Main, BTM 2nd Stage, N.S.Palya
Bangalore – 560078
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Questions related to Alliance Ascent College, Bangalore
which college is better for engneering among christ and alliance
In Christ university there are over 130 organisations coming for placements for different sector namely IT, BFSI, consulting, FMCG, Helath Care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. Their highest package has been 14 Lakhs per annum whereas average package has been around 6.5 Lakhs per annum.
In Alliance university if we rank in the basis of placements then it is below average as it's its highest package hardly goes over 6 Lakhs per annum and most of the students gets a package around 3-4 Lakhs per annum.
So you can clearly see the difference that Christ university is much better in every aspect of teaching, facilities and placements then Alliance university
Some colleges christ university,NL dalmia & alliance have a global mba program which offers to complete 2 nd from abroad
As long as you talk about the worth for global MBA compared to normal MBA, it may not be really worth all the risk, money and tension. I mean if you are seeing it in point of packages, faculty most of the indian business schools providing normal MBA have more package than global MBA. The 2nd year abroad concept is helpful for those who have dream, planning or interested in going abroad for their career. There they can get a little exposure to foreign environment and there may also do 2months of internship abroad for more real time experience.
And all the universities they are offering in the 2nd year are well known having a fairly good name, but they provide a lot of things which improve their overall rating, but really are not useful directly to our requirements. Better be careful about those.