Apeejay Stya University (ASU) was founded by the Apeejay Stya Foundation in the year 2010. The university is located in Gurgaon, Haryana. It is recognized by UGC. The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses across various disciplines. ASU is a private university.
The programmes at ASU School of Journalism and Mass Communication are specially designed to train students in the emerging fields of media, entertainment, Corporate Communication and Advertising industry. Courses have been structured to equip aspiring students for various platforms such as Television, Radio/FM, Advertising, Public Relations, Corporate Communications, Event Management, Newspaper/Magazine and Digital Media.
B.A. (Hons.) in Journalism and Mass Communication It is a four-year full-time course. Eligibility- The candidate should have passed 12th standard from CBSE or equivalent, with a minimum aggregate of 50%. This will be followed by the Entrance test and interview. The intake capacity of this course is 60 students.
M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication It is a two-year full-time course. Eligibility- The candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university. This will be followed by an Entrance test and interview. The intake capacity of this course is 20 students.
PhD in Journalism and Mass Communication Eligibility- The candidate should have 55% aggregate in Master’s Degree. This will be followed by an Entrance test, submission of a research proposal, and presentation.
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ASU School of Journalism and Mass Communication has always shown an excellent placement record. Students have been placed in various reputed media houses. The placement record was 75% for the batch of 2018. The highest annual placement package was 3 lakhs per annum. The average annual placement package was 2.5 lakhs per annum. Some of the top recruiters included Financial Express(Online), Rajya Sabha TV, Perfect Relations, Frames, NDTV, Indian Express, CreativeMedia, CNN IBN, hindustantimes, The Times of India, Teri, JWT, etc.
ASU School of Journalism and Mass Communication has global collaborations with NDTV, The QUINT, St Joseph Univ., Philadelphia; Arcadia Univ., Pennsylvania, Univ. of Central Florida, USA, Edith Cowan Univ., Australia and NUS, Singapore.