Management Studies

Department of Management Studies

Department of Management

The Department of Management facilitates a UG Program – a professional degree that is rising in popularity among students who want to make a career in management. We focus on the holistic development of the students. The program provides a diverse set of opportunities in the field of Business and New Media. The students get exposure, acquire knowledge and practical aspects in both Business and Media.

The small class size allows close interaction with faculty members providing the intellectual stimulus and helps develop the students in their selected domain. The students are given the opportunity to do two Internships and one major project to excel in their interested domain in a selected industry. We inculcate entrepreneurship qualities and also develop awareness among the students of the attitudes, values, and skills of a successful business and for a management career. The program is inbuilt with 40 hours of social work for each individual student, ensuring the essence of building social responsibility among our students.


To impart value based world class education with the purpose to contribute to the society through excellence in the emerging areas of management education.


To develop belief in God and in one self. Work to inculcate high moral and ethical values among the students to make them responsible citizens and good human beings. To imbibe the winner’s attitude necessary for achieving success. Focus on practical aspects of the Management to make learning a meaningful and interesting experience in our intellectually stimulating campus. To build the attitude of research among teachers and students.


Abu Dhabi


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