Challenging you to think big
The curriculum of the unique MBA programs at BML Munjal University is focused on real-world practice. The rich case and experience driven curriculum at BMU business school helps students build leadership and deep management skills that build a foundation for their future.
Every one of our specializations is steeped in lateral thinking and a multi-disciplinary approach that helps build innovators, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs who are ready to reinvent the way we do business today.Read More
The Career Guidance & Development Centre (CGDC) has undertaken an extensive engagement programme with the industry to support students to chart an enterprising career path. A robust holistic approach over the years has led to significant growth in overall placements of students with some of the biggest names in the industry.Read More
The faculty at BMU Business School use their experience to impart leadership lessons and challenge students to help them pique their interest in business problem solving. Dedicated to providing the best for their students by challenging, training, and mentoring them throughout the course, our faculty helps to transform them into thought leaders and entrepreneurs.Read More
Admission to our MBA courses is highly selective. Students must clear CAT/ NMAT/ MAT/ GMAT/ CMAT/ XAT or BMU-MAT (BMU’s Management Aptitude Test) for admission.Read More
The decision to shortlist applicants via a personal interview and group discussion is made by a selection committee. The committee’s decision to issue an offer letter is final and binding.Read More
The course structure for B Com (Hons.) is carefully planned to ensure that a wide range of qualities is passed onto students. The BCom (Hons.) syllabus is updated in tandem with the issuance of a new set of Accounting and Reporting Standards set out by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
B Com (Hons.) course syllabus also provides for specialisation in BlockChain and & Financial Technologies, Forensic Accounting and Corporate Fraud, Banking & Insurance, Derivative and Risk Management. With changing times, BMU believes in providing all the skills necessary to survive in a technologically advanced environment.
1st year BCom subjects include Business law, economics and accounts to provide a stronghold over a student’s fundamental concepts. The third and fourth semesters require students to take up electives as a part of the b.com Hons syllabus. The electives constitute the tally of wide-ranging BCom subjects, including psychology, sociology, political science, environmental science etc.
Owing to the hands-on approach BMU is known for, the fifth semester in BCom (Hons.) syllabus requires students to undergo an articles/ internship along with a project. The last semester has strategic management as a focus and other electives that the student might want to study alongside.