www.timesofindia.indiatimes.com | August 17, 2020
A liberal education programme offers diverse career opportunities
FLAME University is the pioneer of liberal education in India. From its inception, FLAME has been successful in setting benchmarks, including unparalleled education experience with its best faculty-student ratio, faculty with great global credentials, association with some of the top international universities, close industry connect and creating a strong alumni network.
The university’s most popular undergraduate courses include BA courses in economics, psychology, literary & cultural studies, international studies, public policy, environmental studies, journalism, sociology, BSc courses in applied mathematics, BBA courses in finance, marketing, among others. The renowned postgraduate programmes include MBA in finance, marketing and communications, MBA (Communications Management) in advertising and branding, film and television, among others.
The campus is spread across 60 acres of green expanse and has dedicated and quiet spaces for learning, accommodation, sports, recreation, amenities and eateries. The learning spaces include lecture theatres, painting studio, sculpture studio, outdoor amphi- theatres, among others.
What sets it apart
“At FLAME University, by offering interdisciplinary courses, our liberal education programmes groom students to be future-ready and open doors to multiple career opportunities suited for students with diverse interests and aspirations. Over 250 major-minor choices are available for undergraduate students,” said Dishan Kamdar, the university’s vice-chancellor.
“The Bastion aims to publish research-driven independent journalism of high standard. The interdisciplinary classrooms and extra-curricular experiences at FLAME helped me develop these nascent perspectives, which have been of immense help in my career” said Aarathi Ganesan, editor of the Bastion. She majored in literal and cultural studies and minored in international studies at FLAME University. “FLAME opened up the world for me, while also helping me find my roots. The relationship with faculty members, the choice of subjects and focus on cultivating an ability to see the interconnections around us, set apart my time at FLAME,” Hemakshi Meghani, founder of the Indian School of Democracy. She majored in marketing and minored in literary and cultural studies at FLAME University.