Liberal Arts
Undergraduate Programme

FREEDOM TO EXCEL

 
 

Majors*

Programmes Offered

Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) | Bachelor of Arts (BA) | Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) | Bachelor of Visual Arts (BVA)

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Data Science
  • Economics
  • English
  • Literary and Cultural Studies
  • Media Studies
  • Painting
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Public Policy
  • Sculpture
  • Sociology
  • Statistics
  • Visual Arts

*Indicative list of Majors.

Selected Minors

Any major can be coupled with any minor.

All majors listed above can also act as minors.

  • Advertising and Communication
  • Literature and Science
  • Indian Polity
  • Digital Humanities
  • Governance and Grassroots
  • Visual Design

Overview

A liberal arts education is the best way that students can learn to be independent thinkers. By traveling across disciplines, between the sciences and the arts, students can be liberated from traditional boundaries and reach their full intellectual and professional potentials.

Liberal arts education at Alliance is about the process as much as the result: it is not about what you study but how you think. This philosophy of education prepares students for leadership in any and every field by giving them the ability to think critically, write persuasively, and intervene decisively. Political science and sociology will be taught to understand the civic system and political behavior; history and the visual arts will broaden cultural perspectives, and psychology and geography will help paint the lay of the mental and physical landscapes in which students will make their lives and careers.

Dr.Akshay Dhume

Uniquely at Alliance, students in the liberal arts are not funneled into specific streams and classes but given the freedom to explore a vast variety of subjects while plotting their own course to their majors. Students are encouraged to be sure about their passions and goals before settling on a path. During the process, they will be encouraged to master skills in languages, statistics, computing, and even extra-curricular pursuits in sports, drama, debate, and more to give them an edge in the competitive world awaiting them.

With excellence in teaching, research, and pedagogy, Alliance introduces the School of Liberal Arts to further its aim of providing a holistic education—to instill values, skills, and knowledge—to all its budding thinkers, scholars, problem-solvers, and leaders, allowing them to inspire in every walk of life and lead successful and meaningful lives.

Course Duration

The Liberal Arts Pr​ogramme typically lasts four years. However, the students may choose to exit at different points of the course.

Exit Options:

One Year Certificate
Two Year Diploma
Three Year Bachelor's Degree
Four Year Bachelor's Degree with Honors or GLA
Five Year Bachelor's Degree with Honors and GLA

Foundation

Students are required to successfully complete 8 foundation courses, 4 core courses, 2 GLA courses and 2 languages in the first year of study. It is mandatory that they complete at least one course from each foundation themes.

Foundation Themes

  • Social Science
  • Languages and Humanities
  • Physical and Natural Sciences
  • Fine, Visual and Performing Arts

Core Courses

  • Academic Writing
  • Ethics
  • Logic
  • Rhetoric

GLA Themes

  • Governance and Citizenship
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Social Welfare and Environment
  • Communication
  • Innovation
  • Critical Thinking

Meet our Faculty

Oxford

Adam-Jones
Adam Jones
Dphil – University of Oxford

Dr. Adam Jones is a Heilbronn fellow at the University of Manchester, researching non-commutative algebra and representation theory. He completed DPhil from the University of Oxford after a four-year undergraduate master's programme in mathematics from Queen Mary University of London.

Dr. Adam is primarily involved in research on non-commutative algebra, often with application to representation theory. He has taught and supervised groups at Oxford and Manchester, for a variety of subjects such as linear algebra, commutative algebra, representation theory and lie algebras.

GLA Course Title: The history and role of algebra in the development of mathematics.

Bernhard-Kasberger
Bernhard Kasberger
Ex-Fellow - University of Oxford

Dr. Kasberger is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Dusseldorf Institute of Competition Economics. He completed his Ph.D. in Economics from University of Vienna, M.Sc. In Economics from Institute for Advanced Studies and TU Wien and a B.Sc. In Economics from WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.

Teaching and research areas of Dr. Kasberger include Game Theory, Auction and Market Design and Industrial Organization.

Dr. Kasberger is a recipient of multiple awards and honors such as NOeG Young Economists Award and Heinz-König-Young-Scholar-Award from ZEW Mannheim. He is an Austrian citizen and actively publishes  in renowned journals.

GLA Course Title: Strategic thinking in practice.

Crescente-Molina
Crescente Molina
Dphil – University of Oxford

Dr. Crescente Molina holds a doctorate (Dphil) in philosophy of law from the University of Oxford and has law degrees from UC Berkeley (LLM) and Catholic University of Chile (LLB).

Dr. Crescente Molina is a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Law School’s Project on the Foundations of Private law. His work lies at the intersection of moral, legal, and political philosophy, and private law. He has written mostly about the morality of promises and contracts, He is currently working on a book project on the law’s role in creating and recognizing some of our normative powers.

GLA Course Title: Law and its Moral limits: A Contemporary Introduction to the Philosophy of Law.

Liam-Saddington
Liam Saddington
Dphil – University of Oxford

Dr. Liam completed his DPhil in Geography and the Environment at the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, with his thesis "Rising Seas and Sinking Island: The Geopolitics of Climate Change in Tuvalu and Kiribati". Dr. Liam Saddington is currently an ESRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.

Dr. Liam first entered the department to read for a BA in Geography before completing his MSc in Nature, Society and Environmental Governance in 2017. Dr. Liam was also a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of the South Pacific.

GLA Course Title: The Philosophy of Rights: historical and contemporary perspectives.

Luke-Davies
Luke Davies
Dphil – University of Oxford

Dr. Luke Davies is a fellow in political theory in the Department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to joining the LSE, he completed a PhD and MA in philosophy at the University of Oxford and a BA in philosophy at the University of Toronto. His work to date has focused primarily on the political philosophy of Kant, particularly Kant's account of citizenship and rights.

GLA Course Title: The Philosophy of Rights: historical and contemporary perspectives.

Maximilian-Kiener
Maximilian Kiener
Dphil – University of Oxford

Dr. Maximilian Kiener received a DPhil and BPhil in Philosophy from the University of Oxford as well as a BA in Philosophy and Public Law from the University of Regensburg in Germany. Dr. Kiener’s work has been published, for instance, in The Journal of Moral Philosophy, Philosophical Studies, and The Journal of Medical Ethics, and was also awarded the international prizes SOPHIA in 2016 and the CEPE IACAP Best Paper Award in 2021.

Dr. Kiener is a philosopher at the University of Oxford and specialises in moral and legal philosophy. His research, which is supported by a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, focuses on consent, responsibility, and artificial intelligence.

GLA Course Title: The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence.

Theo-LEBRET
Théo LEBRET
Dphil – University of Oxford

Dr. Théo holds a Dphil from University of Oxford. Prior to his doctoral work, Dr. Théo studied for an Msci in Astrophysics at University College London and has a Baccalaureate in France. His research work has been on areas such as ‘the dynamics of Dark Matter halos in galaxies like the Milky Way’ or ‘comparing numerical methods to simulate the formation of stellar halos’.

Dr. Théo is currently in France working towards obtaining the Agregation de Physique, a French higher education teaching certification.

GLA Course Title: From Chaos to Complexity: studying dynamical systems in physics and elsewhere

Peter-McDonald
Peter McDonald
Professor – University of Oxford

For most of his professional life Peter has been thinking about the idea of culture as it has been shaped and reshaped over the past two hundred years, and about the processes and perils of literary guardianship, especially in the complex, mobile, and interconnected world that emerged in the course of the long twentieth century. This guiding preoccupation has informed his work on censorship, the rise of mass culture, media history and questions of the book, the public value of literature, critical theory, and interculturalism. It has also led Peter to write on an eclectic range of authors, including Arnold, Beckett, Bennett, Blanchot, Bourdieu, Brink, Breytenbach, Amit Chaudhuri, Coetzee, Conan Doyle, Conrad, Derrida, T.S. Eliot, Gordimer, Kirsty Gunn, Sarah Howe, Jensma, Joyce, Krog, Lawrence, Matthews, Mehrotra, Mphahlele, Ndebele, Pound, Rushdie, Serote, Tagore, Woolf, and Yeats.

Peter teaches literatures in English from around 1830 to the present and critical theory.

GLA Course Title: The Experience of Art.

Merve-Emre
Merve Emre
Associate Professor – University of Oxford

Merve Emre is Associate Professor of English at the University of Oxford. She is the author of Para literary: The Making of Bad Readers in Post-war America (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017), The Ferrante Letters (New York: Columbia University Press, 2019), and The Personality Brokers (Doubleday: New York, 2018), which was selected as one of the best books of 2018 by the New York Times, the Economist, NPR, CBC, and the Spectator, and has been adapted for CNN/HBO Max as the documentary feature film Persona. She is the editor of Once and Future Feminist (Cambridge: MIT, 2018), The Annotated Mrs. Dalloway (New York: Liveright, 2021), and The Norton Modern Library Mrs. Dalloway (New York: Norton, 2021).

GLA Course Title: Abuses of psychometry in the marketplace.

Tedd-Moya
Tedd Moya
Fellow – University of Oxford

Dr. Tedd is a qualified lawyer, academic, and consultant in energy, environment, climate change, technology, sustainable development and finance. Dr. Tedd holds a Ph.D. from Queen Mary University of London. He is also a board member and strategist in conservation, education, philanthropy, and technology ventures in sub-Saharan Africa, the UK, and the Middle East. He is currently an Oxford Martin Fellow at the Oxford University Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy.

Dr. Tedd has research affiliations with the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London and has also taught and held various multi-disciplinary positions at the Universities of St. Andrews, Cape Town, Michigan, Dundee, and LSE.

GLA Course Title: The Philosophy of Rights: historical and contemporary perspectives.

Meghanne-Barker
Meghanne Barker
Fellow - London School of Economics and Political Science

Dr. Barker works on animation, childhood, and film culture in post socialist Eastern Europe and Eurasia. She has been especially keen to foster greater dialogue between linguistic anthropologists and interdisciplinary scholars of visual culture.

Dr. Barker has published her research in Anthropological Quarterly and Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. She has been a guest co-editor for two special issues in Semiotic Review, one on "Blank Faces" (2019) and another, in preparation, on the "Semiotics of the Image". Ongoing research projects include transmediality in early Soviet children's culture, World Expositions as media events, generic conventions of online personals ads, and the politics of amateurism among postsocialist film clubs. Before arriving at the LSE, Dr Barker was a Collegiate Assistant Professor in Social Sciences and Harper-Schmidt Fellow, with an affiliation in the Department of Anthropology, at the University of Chicago. She finished her PhD in linguistic anthropology at the University of Michigan..

GLA Course Title: Eastern european film cultures.

Derek-Attridge
Derek Attridge
Ph.D. – Cambridge University

Prof. Attridge holds a Ph.D. and BA in English from Cambridge University. He has also done his B.A. Hons. in English and B.A. in English and Psychology from University of Natal, South Africa.

Prof. Attridge has received multiple awards and fellowships through his career such as Marie Curie Fellowship from Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies; M.H. Abrams Fellowship, National Humanities Center, North Carolina; A.W. Mellon Visiting Fellowship, University of Cape Town; Solomon Katz Distinguished Lecturer in the Humanities, University of Washington, Seattle; to name a few.

Prof. Attridge publishes extensively in the areas of literature and literary history.

GLA Course Title: The Experience of Art.

Samuel Day
Samuel Day
Ph.D. – Universtiy of Oxford

Dr. Samuel is a researcher in the Emotion and Social Relations lab at University of Oxford's Department of Experimental Psychology. His work focuses on how the interpretation and perception of facial expressions depends upon a combination of various contextual factors, and how these interpretations be affected in clinical conditions such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

GLA Course Title: Faces and Places: Rethinking Emotion and Social Interaction

Meet our Faculty

Core

Dr. Anirudh Sridhar
Dr. Anirudh Sridhar
D.Phil. in English
University of Oxford
Associate Dean - Alliance School of Liberal Arts
Dr. Pravin Rameshwarji Bhansali
Dr. Pravin Rameshwarji Bhansali
Post Doc. in Medicinal Chemistry
Johns Hopkins University, USA
Professor
Dr. Anthony Archdeacon
Dr. Anthony Archdeacon
Ph.D. in English Literature
University of Southampton, UK
Professor
Dr. Anupam Tyagi
Dr. Anupam Tyagi
Ph.D. in Economics
University of Utah, USA
Professor
Dr. Shamik Chakravarty
Dr. Shamik Chakravarty
Ph.D. in Philosophy
Lingnan University, Hong Kong
Assistant Professor
Dr. Mukta Mukherjee
Dr. Mukta Mukherjee
Ph.D. in Economics
Syracuse University, USA
Assistant Professor
Dr. Sumita Datta
Dr. Sumita Datta
Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences
University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Associate Professor
Dr. Andrea Lorenzo Baldini
Dr. Andrea Lorenzo Baldini
Ph.D. in Philosophy
Temple University, Philadelphia (USA)
Professor
Dr. Siva Satya Srinivasa Murthy Chavali
Dr. Siva Satya Srinivasa Murthy Chavali
Ph.D. in Technical Sciences
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Dean - Research
Dr. Jimin George
Dr. Jimin George
Ph.D. in Physics
State University of New York at Buffalo
Assistant Professor
Dr. Suvarna Ramachandran
Dr. Suvarna Ramachandran
Ph.D. in Physics
University of Kentucky, USA
Assistant Professor
Dr. Anik Nandi
Dr. Anik Nandi
Ph.D. in Languages and Intercultural Studies
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
Assistant Professor
Dr. Neetu Talreja
Dr. Neetu Talreja
Post Doc in Chemistry
Gachon University, South Korea
Assistant Professor
Dr. Sarit Maitra
Dr. Sarit Maitra
Ph.D. in Information Technology
Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia
Professor
Dr. Julien Paret
Dr. Julien Paret
Ph.D. in Post-Soviet Studies
National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations, Paris, France
Assistant Professor
Dr. Priyanka Biswas
Dr. Priyanka Biswas
Post Doc. in Physical Sciences
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Assistant Professor
Dr. V. Thiruvengadam
Dr. V. Thiruvengadam
Ph.D. in Magnetic Nanocomposites
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Assistant Professor
Dr. Srashti Dwivedi
Dr. Srashti Dwivedi
Ph.D. in Mathematics
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Assistant Professor
Dr. Rajiv Ranjan
Dr. Rajiv Ranjan
Ph.D. in Management
Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Assistant Professor
Dr. Chandni Pathak
Dr. Chandni Pathak
Ph.D. in Chemistry
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Assistant Professor
Dr. Rima Namhata
Dr. Rima Namhata
Ph.D. in Fiction Studies
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Assistant Professor
Dr. Supriya Devi
Dr. Supriya Devi
Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics
Amrita Vishwa Vidyalaya, Bangalore
Associate Professor
Dr. Jineesh AG
Dr. Jineesh AG
Ph.D. in Polymer Science and Technology
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Assistant Professor
Dr. Avanish Bhai Patel
Dr. Avanish Bhai Patel
Ph.D. in Sociology
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Assistant Professor
Dr. Vivek Mishra
Dr. Vivek Mishra
Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics
Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi
Associate Professor
Dr. Vipin Prasad
Dr. Vipin Prasad
Ph.D. in Physics
Banaras Hindu University
Professor & HOD
Dr. Vivekanand Mishra
Dr. Vivekanand Mishra
Ph.D. in Physics
Banaras Hindu University
Professor
Dr. Mamta Kumari
Dr. Mamta Kumari
Ph.D. in Economics
Indian Institute of Technology Patna
Assistant Professor
Dr. Sumant Kumar
Dr. Sumant Kumar
Ph.D. in West Asian Studies
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Assistant Professor
Dr. Abdul Raoof Mir
Dr. Abdul Raoof Mir
Ph.D. in Media Studies
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Program Director Global Leaders Alliance
Dr. Chitrakara Hegde
Dr. Chitrakara Hegde
Ph.D. in Chemistry
National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal
Associate Professor
Dr. Liju Jacob Kuriakose
Dr. Liju Jacob Kuriakose
Ph.D. in English
National Institute of Technology Puducherry
Assistant Dean Alliance School of Liberal Arts
Dr. Rashmi
Dr. Rashmi
Ph.D. in Physics
National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra
Assistant Professor
Dr. Vineetha Sivakumar
Dr. Vineetha Sivakumar
Ph.D. in Social Sciences
Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Assistant Professor
Dr. Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai
Dr. Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai
Post Doc. in Chemistry
Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research, Germany
Associate Professor
Dr. Vijay Bahadur
Dr. Vijay Bahadur
Ph.D. in Chemistry
University of Delhi
Assistant Professor
Dr. Usha Arcot
Dr. Usha Arcot
Ph.D. in Mathematics
Visvesvaraya Technological University
Associate Professor
Dr. Govardhana Reddy H. G.
Dr. Govardhana Reddy H. G.
Ph.D. in Mathematics
Visvesvaraya Technological University
Assistant Professor
Dr. Subhradev Sen
Dr. Subhradev Sen
Ph.D. in Statistics
Pondicherry University
Assistant Professor
Dr. Gaana Jayagopalan
Dr. Gaana Jayagopalan
Ph.D. in English
University of Madras
Associate Professor
Dr. Akshay Pramod Dhume
Dr. Akshay Pramod Dhume
Ph.D. in Economics
Pune University
Professor
Dr. Anupama Tiwari
Dr. Anupama Tiwari
Ph.D. in Hindi
Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha
Assistant Professor
Dr. Sunil Kumar
Dr. Sunil Kumar
Ph.D. in Economics
Sambalpur University
Head of Department of Economics & Deputy Registrar (E&E)
Dr. Arindam Das
Dr. Arindam Das
Ph.D. in English
Vidyasagar University
Ph.D. Program Director - Language & Literature
Dr. Ekta Sawhney
Dr. Ekta Sawhney
Ph.D. in English
Babu Banarasi Das University
Assistant Professor
Dr. Anusuya Biswas
Dr. Anusuya Biswas
Ph.D. in Economics
Amity University
Associate Professor
Dr. Vivekanand Jagannath Sajjan
Dr. Vivekanand Jagannath Sajjan
Ph.D. in Kannada
Central University of Karnataka
Assistant Professor
Prof. Ravi Chakraborty
Prof. Ravi Chakraborty
Ph.D. (Pursuing) in Humanities & Social Sciences
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Director of Communication for Liberal Arts
Prof. Elizabeth Thomas
Prof. Elizabeth Thomas
Ph.D. (Pursuing) in Social Justice
University of Humanistic Studies (UvH), Utrecht, The Netherlands
Assistant Professor
Prof. Barsa Priyadarsinee Sahoo
Prof. Barsa Priyadarsinee Sahoo
Ph.D. (Pursuing) in Sociology
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Assistant Professor
Prof. Puja Raj
Prof. Puja Raj
Ph.D. (Pursuing) in Philosophy
University of Delhi
Assistant Professor
Prof. P. Devipriya
Prof. P. Devipriya
Ph.D. in Humanities and Social Sciences
National Institute of Technology Puducherry
Assistant Professor
Prof. Suman Kalyan Ghosh
Prof. Suman Kalyan Ghosh
Ph.D. (Pursuing) in Statistics
Mysore University
Assistant Professor
Prof. Keerthiraj
Prof. Keerthiraj
Ph.D. (Pursuing) in Political Science
Kuvempu University
Assistant Professor
Prof. Mihir Dash
Prof. Mihir Dash
Ph.D. (Pursuing) in Statistics
Periyar University
Interim Associate Dean - Alliance School of Applied Mathematics
Prof. Voothaluru Seshu
Prof. Voothaluru Seshu
MFA in Applied Arts
Banaras Hindu University
Assistant Professor
Prof. Sangita Das
Prof. Sangita Das
MFA in Sculpture
Visva-Bharati University
Assistant Professor
Prof. Subhankar Saha
Prof. Subhankar Saha
MFA in Painting
Indira Kala Sangit Vishwavidyalaya
Assistant Professor

Schools

  • Alliance School of Liberal Arts nurtures the passion to evolve as Rajarshi—“the Philosopher-King”—the leader who is also a critical thinker and innovative solver of issues. The School offers learner-centric programs that are holistic in approach and are intended towards analytical and practical education while addressing the importance of historical events, society, and culture.

    The School offers a 'cafeteria approach' in learning that allows individuals to study subjects of their choice at their pace. The approach not only embraces the inter-disciplinarity nature of pedagogy but also evolves into a trans-disciplinary education system.

  • The School of Applied Mathematics comprises three main divisions: Mathematics, Statistics and Data Sciences. The school offers a set of core and elective courses for all UG and PG programmes at the university. The curriculum combines conceptual knowledge with practical engagement and understanding with relevant real-world application through practical laboratory, field work, internships, workshops and research projects.

  • Departments

  • The Department of Economics aims to equip students with economic aspects of modern economy and business, and with statistical and mathematical techniques to solve economic problems while nurturing the ability to create economic models to analyse public policy. There will be different areas for the students to focus through a multidisciplinary approach.

  • The Department of Languages and Literature aims to reorient humanities education towards degrees and courses that are holistic, enquiry-driven, and learner-centred while at the same time being skill-based and vocation-centric. This vision is reflected in its proposed degrees and courses that works to develop the 'higher-order' cognitive capacities of an individual, i.e. creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving, along with other foundational capacities that are essential for a modern, skilled workforce.

  • The Department of Media and Journalism offers two specializations: Journalism and Mass Communication. Diverse aspects including the importance of journalism in a democracy like India and the impact of mass communication through well-defined channels will be looked at deeply. The nuances are layered, enabling students to learn the right amount of theory and combine it with application, considering the contours of media landscape that is evolving rapidly.

Admissions

Selection Process

The philosophy of liberal arts education focuses on the interlinkages across different fields. The foundation year provides students an opportunity to explore various fields of studies that will not only give them exposure to allied fields but will also build a basis to enhance their understanding of combining concepts across different areas to arrive at a significantly improved product. The ideal applicant will be one who is a curious risk-taker and prepared to explore new fields of study, who is creative, empathetic and has a socio-cultural and environmental conscience (responsibility) and has varied interests.

Eligibility

  • Pre-University/Higher Secondary/10+2 Examinations or equivalent from any recognized Board or Council in any discipline
  • Obtained at least 50% marks in the subjects taken in standard 12 or equivalent

Admissions Process

  • Online Application
  • Admissions Test
  • Personal Interaction
  • Feedback

Entrance Test

AUSAT/SAT/ACT/Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam.

Key Date

Program start date: August 1, 2022.

Career Opportunities

With automation changing the essential nature of work, the liberal arts are uniquely placed to enable individuals with both the skill set and vision to confront unforeseen challenges. Equipped with technical acumen in the chosen specialization as well as the versatility to freely adapt to multi-disciplinary contexts, students are prepared for positions which demand leadership, innovation, and critical thinking.

Therefore, a liberal arts degree from Alliance University makes one competent for excelling within corporate, governmental, and non-governmental set-ups as well as confident to chart their own paths in entrepreneurship and community intervention.

A brief glimpse of the many possible careers that await a liberal arts graduate:

  • Corporate Governance
  • Scientists and Technical Consultants
  • Market Research and Advertising
  • Public Administration and Policymaking
  • Think Tanks and Lobbying Organizations
  • Media and Publishing
  • Social Work and Philanthropy
  • Urban Planning and Rural Management
  • Higher Education and Research
  • Politics and Political Management
  • Legislation and Legislative Assistance
  • Legal Consultancy and Judicial Clerkship
  • Public Relations and Communications Strategy
  • Archivist and Curators
  • Diplomats, Interpreters and Translators

About Us

Alliance University

Alliance University is a Private University established in Karnataka State by Act No.34 of year 2010 and is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi.

Alliance University is a renowned university of higher learning located on an extensive state-of-the-art campus in Bengaluru offering a variety of degree courses. The University has baccalaureate concentrations, postgraduate offerings, doctoral degree programs and several professional certificate programs.

Alliance Education enters its Silver Jubilee Year in 2022. Alliance School of Business, Alliance College of Engineering and Design, Alliance School of Law, and Alliance Ascent College have already established themselves in higher education. The eagerly awaited Alliance School of Liberal Arts is geared up for launch in 2022.

Salient Features

  • 1st Private University in South India
  • Ranked among Top Universities in India
  • Campus spread across a vast extent of lush green acres
  • Study abroad options in 58 top-rated Universities globally
  • State-of-the-art infrastructure for high-quality living and learning experience
  • Rigorous, progressive, and industry-relevant curriculum
  • Upto 100% Scholarship on Tuition Fee
  • Renowned and accomplished Faculty from premier Universities
  • Over 600 Recruiting Partners
  • Over 30,000 highly successful Alumni across the world
  • 1st Private University in South India

    Ranked among Top Universities in India

    Campus spread across a vast extent of lush green acres

    Study abroad options in 58 top-rated Universities globally

    State-of-the-art infrastructure for high-quality living and learning experience

    Rigorous, progressive, and industry-relevant curriculum

    Upto 100% Scholarship on Tuition Fee

    Renowned and accomplished Faculty from premier Universities

    Over 600 Recruiting Partners

    Over 30,000 highly successful Alumni across the world

  • International Literary Festival

    Film Club and Festival

    Podcasts

    Media Lab

    Magazines

    Distinguished Speaker Series

    Annual Academic Conference

  • Gym/Fitness Centre

    Yoga and Meditation

    Sports

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