[Official] 2020-22 Universal Business School (UBS), Mumbai Admission Query Thread | PaGaLGuY

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To answer all queries about the admission process and the courses at Universal Business School (UBS), Mumbai for the 2020-22 Batch.

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As a girl, it was obviously very distressing for my parents to let me go and live in the hostel but being at UBS helped. They send in a car in case if I have to be picked up from Mumbai, the campus is very secure along with the hostel. Not to mention, the academic benefits are just as great. Tuesday mentors, student exchange programs and so much more this college offers, I feel so lucky to be a part of UBS and be a student here. 


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 I was afraid that the extreme competition would pressure my son a lot. Thankfully, not the case at UBS. My son has developed so much, personality wise, and a student- I couldn't be more proud of him. All thanks to UBS. They kept classes on and running even during the pandemic without a hitch- it assured me that his time was not being wasted away. Even assignments and assessments were periodic, honestly, nothing to worry here.  

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 Theoretic learning is never of use especially in business courses. USB understands that and acts on it. Working live with a Multinational CEO, ability to work as part of a company whilst on Campus, along with lifelong shares in these companies- I really cannot list down all the best things about this college in one single review- there are just so many! I really love being a part of this college because of not just the curriculum but the added on benefits.  

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 Theoretic learning is never of use especially in business courses. USB understands that and acts on it. Working live with a Multinational CEO, ability to work as part of a company whilst on Campus, along with lifelong shares in these companies- I really cannot list down all the best things about this college in one single review- there are just so many! I really love being a part of this college because of not just the curriculum but the added on benefits.  

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 Placement is the strongest pillar of this institute. The placement team is well organised and dedicated to the goal of bringing the best organisation of the corporate. The average package lies between 6.5LPA to 7.5LPA while the highest goes up-to 21 LPA. The college invites a fairly good mix of MNCs, MSMEs and emerging startups. UBS held placements in companies such as ITC, Enrich, OnePlus & Federal Bank etc.etera. Coming to organisations such as Hicare Services and IDFC Bank hired students in bulk. Overall placement - Above Average. 

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 There were a few questions that I had for UBS when I first went through their website. Like how good is their PGDBM program?  What specialisation do they offer? And a few more. I found the answers then some more. First of all, they offer dual specialisation for PGDBM. Which I found out will be quite a ride. But they even have practical learning to match the bookish stuff. It was uncanny at first but after a while seemed like the obvious thing to do. And finally came the internships and the placements. Well, there were more than a few I wanted to choose from. That I think would be the USP. Maybe for your PGDBM, you would find more opportunities than me. Good Luck!  

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 Great curriculum, excellent facilities and even impressive faculties. Probably the best decision I made regarding my education. The lessons, the practical knowledge and the experience that I received there were significant in helping me with my career. Having the upper hand on my competition, so to speak is quite something to experience. And I don’t think many other colleges would have presented with that opportunity. I could go on about their facilities, their curriculum and their placements, but I will keep it short. Go for it!  

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 First of all, I think they delivered better on their faculties than they had promised. While the curriculum is good, I think the teachers and the interaction that I had on the various topics was quite a learning experience. There were aspects of the course that I had trouble understanding. Members of the faculty have been quite helpful and have even helped me gain confidence with presenting in front of a crowd. If you wish to learn from teachers and professors who go above and beyond to help you, there is no better school than UBS.  

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My experience with UBS can be summed up in one word, satisfactory. Frankly speaking, when I went over there to visit, there were quite a few facilities and infrastructure that looked impressive. But with everything you have some doubts. I had noted down some of the claims that were made regarding the college online. I couldn’t find a false one. So, I decided to pursue my MBA with UBS with the hope that the education would be as good as the infrastructure. It was. Honestly, the curriculum was far more impressive than the facilities. And then came the placements. I was blown away at the opportunities that were presented to me. So, yes, I would say UBS is worth every penny. 

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 Everything here at UBS on par with what you would expect from a top-ranking business school. But there are quite original concepts that I think are underappreciated. Of them all, I think the most unique idea I have ever heard of was the ‘Local guardian’ concept. In theory, each student would have a mentor on campus whom they would meet every week and work on academic performance, personal issues, behavioural issues, personal grooming, current affairs, mock interviews, and career-building. This was a far more practical approach that just worked wonders. Just ask any graduate and I think they would say the same. 

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