ABOUT BRIDGE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
Bridge School of Management is a flagship venture of HT Media Ltd, India’s second largest and most trusted Media Company, with publications like Hindustan Times, Mint, and Hindustan.
All faculty members at Bridge School are industry professionals working at senior leadership roles and are committed towards providing industry-relevant and competitive knowledge.
Over the years Bridge School has forged close ties with the industry and all programs come with 100% placement assistance.
To Empower people by providing accessible and quality education to enhance employability And transform their lives.
We aim to become the top ranked educational institute which provides industry relevant skills, by 2025. we shall achieve this by:
• Committing to quality, innovative practices and customer focus.
• Being the best-in-class and becoming the brand of choice for all stakeholders.
• Establishing relevant global alliances with educational institute and corporates.
• Being a socially responsible organisation which works towards the upliftment of society through education.
The company entered into the world of education in line with its vision of empowering masses through quality education via Studymate (high quality learning centers for classes IXth-XIIth in Delhi), in addition to the on-going initiatives such as HT Education (weekly education supplement) HT Campus (online platform for graduating high school and college students looking for higher education options) and HT Pace (initiative to bring the newspaper to schools).
For more information about HT Media Limited, visit
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|1851||WEINBERG COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES|
|1859||SCHOOL OF LAW|
|1859||FEINBERG SCHOOL OF MEDICINE|
|1878||SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION|
|1895||BIENEN SCHOOL OF MUSIC|
|1908||KELLOGG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT|
|1909||MCCORMICK SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE|
|1910||THE GRADUATE SCHOOL|
|1921||MEDILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM, MEDIA, INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS|
|1926||SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND SOCIAL POLICY|
|1933||SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES|
|2008||NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY IN QATAR|
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- Zach Braff, actor, writer, and director
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