The School of Economics & Commerce relies on innovative learning methodologies, relevant Indian and global business research, strong industry linkages, and collaboration with other schools in the university to provide a unique learning experience. The School gives students a ring-side understanding of and immersion into the complex world of business and commerce.
Drawing upon the core essence of humanities, sciences and the arts within the practical context of commerce, the Imperial College London co-designed curriculum reflects the real needs of industry: empowering students with depth and breadth of knowledge, tangible skill sets and practical experience needed to tackle real-life problems.
The objective is to prepare graduates for a lifetime of leadership, integrity and success. India is committed to convergence with IFRS, and is in the process of changing it’s accounting standards to comply with IFRS, in order to standardise Indian companies reporting with the rest of the world’s reporting standards.Therefore, it’s important to study a BCom course at a University that understands this change and prepares you to succeed in an ever changing world.BMU has a tie-up with KPMG, one of the world’s top 4 financial consulting and advisory firms.
Experts from KPMG will teach BMU students for 200 hours and educate them on the new financial reporting standards – lessons and skills that will be applicable in India and around the world.The faculty members are distinguished by their unwavering pursuit of excellence and are deeply involved in their fields of expertise as academics and industry practitioners.The multi-disciplinary and integrated BCom (Hons) programme is a stepping stone to a wide range of careers including accounting, finance and banking.
School of Economics & Commerce Highlights
- Hands-on learning (20% to 35% of the contact hours) for better placement prospects
- 6-week long internship
- Exposure to on-campus Centres of Excellence where students can work on live projects with real commercial outcomes
- Undertake research-led social initiatives at the grass-root level at Institute of Inclusive Innovation (co-founded by Imperial College London)