BA Hons Journalism and Mass Communication (4th Year) Country- Mauritius
Throughout my stay here, I’ve had a wonderful experience. The University has great infrastructure: a well-equipped studio, video editing room, language room and Internet Radio. The focus is more on practical exposure and less on theoretical classroom learning. Liberal Arts approach has allowed me to expand boundaries and take up courses from other departments, making learning more customized rather than traditional. Visits to the studios, news paper agencies and workshops conducted by media experts helps in enhancing industrial knowledge.
M.A. in Design (2016-2018) Guwahati
“I found the course very useful and fulfilling. The faculty is really helpful and friendly which helped a lot in academics as well as personality enhancement. The ambience is sociable and the endeavors shall be cherished throughout my life.”
B.Pharmacy (2015-19) Country- Rwanda
I like the interaction between faculty members and students here. Faculty members are really supportive. We have got industry exposure because of industrial visits that we’ve done so far and we have also attended different conferences . The University has updated books and labs for my course, which I’m really happy about.
Bachelor in Journalism & Mass Communication (2015-2018) Manipur
“Apart from the lush green campus, studying in Apeejay Stya University (ASU) gave me a lead with a lifelong career excellence. The hands-on nature of the programmes makes learning very accessible and I particularly enjoyed the small class sizes.”
Varchasa Shandilya, Cluster Lead, Accenture
MBA (2013-15 batch) – School of Management Sciences
"The faculty was almost like family and the considerable amount of time invested by them, bought out the best in me."