School of Entrepreneurship in Amity University has produced some of the leading entrepreneurs in India.
Amity University aims to bridge the ever widening chasm between industry and academia, making higher education relevant and agile enough to create the workforce of tomorrow. To achieve this, Amity has forged extensive partnerships with the industry in order to ensure that students are work-ready professionals even before they step out of university.
Amity has many courses which are relevant in industry-academia connect. Apart from the ones listed below, it offers a lot of grooming courses either diploma or full time. Be it science, humanities or commerce, Amity acts as a hub for numerous courses which a student can choose from.
5y BBA in Family Business and Entrepreneurship
5y MBA in Entrepreneurship
Amity, being the first wireless campus of India, have libraries equipped with over 1,00,000 books, periodicals, international journals and other research materials. Amity has a unique Amity Innovation Incubator (AII) where a large number of startups are mentored, funded and supported. A large number of Alumni have incubated comprising of more than 150 technical and cultural events as well as workshops.
- More than 300 international conferences, workshops and seminars are conducted by and for the students inviting the biggies from corporates which helps students in building strong network for quality placements.
Panasonic, Microsoft, HCL, Wipro, Sapient, TCS to name a few. Over 200 companies visited Amity Business School in the last placement season.
Tie-ups/Partnerships with Industry
Microsoft, Amazon, Cisco, Dell, IBM, TATA, Samsung, Make My Trip, Hyundai, Indigo, PwC, Accenture, Honeywell and Ford etc. Recognising the urgent need to train future-ready engineers, Amity University joined forces with Tata Technologies – a global provider of engineering and product development services – to launch Amity Institute of Technology; The CII School of Logistics is unique industry-academia collaboration between Amity and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), offering specialized MBAs in logistics and supply chain management.
Why should students consider studying in Amity University for courses related to entrepreneurship and business?
MBA – Entrepreneurship is a two year full time course that comprises modules such as Managing New Ventures and Family Business, Management of Technology and Innovation, Enterprise Planning, Appraisal and Financing, Corporate Crises and Restructuring among others. For courses related to entrepreneurship and business, one needs guidance from highly experienced people with strong knowledge base and expertise in one’s subject and also a place that supports the learner and the teacher, bringing learner closer to outer world exposure. Inside the campus it requires atmosphere where students can groom themselves as knowledgeable, confident human beings, which is provided by Amity University under one roof. In its journey of creating job creators rather than job seekers, start up initiatives are promoted and students are given expert counselling and mentoring. The in-house award winning incubator has nurtured over 100 companies in the last few years in addition to training students of specially designed MBA programme in Entrepreneurship offered by the oldest and first school of the group Amity Business School. Many success stories are written by alumni of B ‘School.
How is the placement of this school?
Career Resources team of dedicated members ensures top-of- the -line placements and industry academia partnerships.
Amity regularly organises guest lectures, CEO forums and corporate meets. Industry professionals and alumni are engaged for curriculum designing, up gradation, admissions, quality initiatives and their feedback is given utmost importance.
Commendable Recognitions and Accreditations by UGC, IACBE, ASIC, UK, Central Counselling Board helps to maintain the standard of students’ placements.
How happy are you when it comes to faculty, infrastructure and recruitment?
I did my graduation from Amity University and now I am pursuing my post-graduation from same place, I guess that sums it all.
-Meghna Rana, MBA (Entrepreneurship)