Apeejay Stya University (ASU) was set up in the year 2010 by the Apeejay Stya Education Society. It is situated in Gurugram, Haryana. ASU is one of the most sought after educational institutions in northern India. The University came into existence through Act Number ten of the Haryana Private Universities Amendment Act. ASU is recognized by UGC. ASU offers global learning and rich opportunities for innovative teaching-learning, creativity, and research across various disciplines. For more information on Apeejay Stya University (ASU), Gurgaon, click here.


School of Management Sciences

Apeejay Stya University has been ranked No. 1 in Emerging BBA institutes (All India) by Times of India - B Schools Survey 2017. School of Management Sciences has been ranked ‘No. 2 among Private Management Colleges of Haryana’ in Dialogue India Academic Awards 2017. The mission of the School is ‘to engage in the creation of new knowledge and to apply this knowledge to various business problems.
The School strives to provide opportunities for learning and developing skills and study different courses of various streams under ASU’s Liberal Arts philosophy.
 Admissions at ASU School of Management Sciences are conducted every year. 


ASU Salient Features

  • ASU is India’s first Industry-Centric Technology and Liberal Arts University
  • More than years of experience in education
  • 85+ programmes to choose from
  • Strong alumni network of 60000 students
  • 24 educational institutions across the country
  • Excellent placement record

ASU School of Management Sciences Courses

Undergraduate Courses

  • B.Com (Honors) Accounting and Finance
  • B.Com KCAP partnered with KPMG
  • BBA (Honors) Financial Markets, Human Resource Management, Marketing
    Eligibility- The candidate should have passed 12th standard from a recognized board with minimum 50% aggregate.
    Each course has an intake of 60 seats.

Doctoral Courses 

Ph.D. in Management
Eligibility- The candidate should have a Master’s degree or equivalent in Management / allied discipline with minimum 55% marks. Other Criteria include written test and research proposal presentation.
For more information on ASU School of Management Sciences Courses and Fee Structure, click here. 


ASU School of Management Sciences Placements

ASU School of Management Sciences has an active placement cell. It helps students in gaining suitable employment. For the batch of 2018, 80% of the students were able to find jobs in the corporate world. The highest annual placement package was 4.5 lakhs. The average annual placement package was 2.8 lakhs. Some of the top recruiters included Wipro, Tommy Hilfiger, IDBI Federal, Policybazaar.com, Naukri.com, Inter Globe Technologies (Indigo Airlines), Future Group, Reliance Retail, Citibank, HDFC Bank, Fidelity Investments, India Bulls, etc.
For more information on ASU Schol of Management Sciences Placements, click here.  


ASU Awards and Recognitions

  • School of Management Sciences, Apeejay Stya University has been Ranked 15 All India by Times B-School Survey 2019(BBA Edition)
  • ASU was accorded with CSR Excellence in Education Award 2018’ by Competition Success Review.
  • ‘Best University in North India for Industry Interface 2018’ by Centre for Education Growth and Research
  • ASU was awarded ‘Best Research University (North)’  by EdTech Review, 2018

ASU School of Management Sciences Collaborations

  • Association of Chartered Certificate Accountants, UK
  • National Stock Exchange of India Limited
  • KPMG
  • PennState
  • SJU
  • Toledo
  • Normandy Business School

ASU School of Management Sciences Global Collaborations

  • University of ULSTER
  • Georgia College and State University, USA
  • Association of Chartered Certificate Accountants, UK
  • National Stock Exchange of India Limited

ASU School of Management Sciences Scholarships

ASU offers several scholarships and financial aid programmes on merit-cum-means basis to students. These are available to students who have achieved certain minimum performance standards in competitive examinations (or qualifying examinations) or to students who are genuinely unable to meet their higher education expenses. The admission committee and financial aid committee evaluates each candidate on a case-by-case basis.