At BMU, the academic structure, curriculum and pedagogy have been designed to break boundaries between different disciplines, bridge the gap between theory and practice, integrate learning and living and synchronize the classroom with the workplace.
Most significantly, the education system has been crafted to promote the spirit of discovery, creativity, problem solving and innovation among students; and make learning an engaging and enjoyable experience. The overarching objective is to develop knowledgeable, skilled, ethical and well-rounded individuals, who are job ready from day one of passing out from the university, and have the potential to lead their organizations to success in the future.
BMU wants its BTech, MBA, BBA and BCom (Hons) students to imbibe three key values: the intellectual curiosity to inquire, the personal capability to inspire, and show the commitment to deliver positive social impact. These values have been integrated into the curricula by working with leading “thinkers” and “practitioners” in India and around the world. These values have been made practical by involving industry in curriculum design, internships, projects and placements, and by engaging student minds with social purpose through research and hands-on projects. Consequently, BMU students will spend between 20 to 35% of their total contact hours in hands-on learning, including internships.
The structure of each programme (BTech, MBA, BBA and BCom (Hons)) encompasses a rich mix of foundation courses, core courses, elective courses, perspective courses and skill courses. The idea is to expose students to a broad-based and integrated education, and help them acquire a multitude of skills necessary to be successful in their careers and life.