Alliance University is among the top institutions of India and best place to go college. Alliance has a lot of international connections and you also get offers to study abroad with semester exchange program. For admission in Alliance, one should have a decent score in any national level entrance exam followed by interview. Overall a wonderful campus.
I did my MBA from Alliance University Bangalore and it proved to be a really good decision. I chose MBA to grow myself as a professional and Alliance helped me a lot in that.
Faculties for MBA are really helpful and knowledgeable. Most of the faculties in the university have done their PhD. They have a great command over their subjects and help students in understanding the basics.
CAN is the placement cell of our institute and they bring a lot of reputed organizations every year. TCS, HCL, Delloite, PwC, Oracle, Croma, Amazon are few of the companies for our placement drive. Highest package in my batch was 21.6 LPA and almost all of my friends got a job.
Separate hostel for boys and girls with spacious rooms, Wi-Fi, laundry and a very hygienic mess.
Alliance University Campus is green and very beautiful. Nice classrooms, seminar halls, cafeteria, gym, huge library, dance rooms, book stores, food court and a lot of things.
Campus life is wonderful and you will have a lot of stuff to do apart from studies. So many clubs are there marketrix, prometheus, rotaract, basketball, cricket and they organize a lot of fests and celebrations every semester. I miss my days at Alliance.
If I have to recommend a university from Bangalore, it would be Alliance University due to its speciality in several courses. Students can choose from hundreds of specialisations. The course that I opted for was Masters in Business Administration. The entrance was not much daunting; it simply included percentile in the last degree, followed by an aptitude test, personal interview and clearance of CAT at priority. To be honest, initially, I was very panicked, but as I got admitted, I got engaged ... Read Full Review
In the beginning, when I took admission for B.Tech, I was a bit scared but they say 'All is well when the end is well', same happened with me too. The complex process of getting into it can make you regret your choice of choosing Alliance University, but it's just a phase, trust me. Once you get into it, there are many activities accompanying studies to keep you busy and you won't regret a second of being there. Not only does Alliance University stand for excellence, it ranks in the top 10 Unive... Read Full Review
For outsiders like us it’s a lesson that students should never get attracted to fancy ads or websites. I have been one victim of that as I forced my parents to send me to Bangalore and in return, I was forced by our teachers to do assignments over and again and attend the seminars which were of no use. Alliance University Bangalore is for those who fail to get admissions elsewhere as there is no criteria defined for admissions here. Students with around 50% or 6 CGPA’s were also allowed to t... Read Full Review
Holistically, Alliance University made my life successful. There were a copious number of UG and PG courses but I selected MBA for my masters. I completed my post-graduation in 2014 from this university and immediately got recruited by Infosys when they came to my university in 2014. I got placed in a management position with a salary of 20 lakhs per year. It is undeniable that this university asks for an entrance exam but it is not a challenging part. This university is a serene place to study ... Read Full Review