The GD Goenka Education City is set on 60 acres with the ancient and picturesque Aravalli hills for a backdrop. The high-tech Millennium City, Gurgaon and the National Capital Region are just a stone’s throw away. The meticulously maintained grounds, playing fields, sporting amenities and impressive buildings reveal the University passion for excellence in all that it does. GD Goenka University is guided by the philosophy that new thinking in the areas of teaching, learning, research and training are pivotal to making students tomorrow’s leaders and giving them a world view. A global connection via a truly international educational institution.
- School of Architecture & Planning
- School of Communication
- School of Engineering
- School of Fashion & Design
- School of Hospitality
- School of Humanities & Social Science
- School of Law
- School of Management
- School of Education
- School of Medical and Allied Sciences
The University helps the students to improve their personality, enhance communication skills and build a positive, progressive global outlook through numerous programmes, activities and counseling. The University goes beyond the classroom to link education to solving real-life problems.
With unswerving focus on providing quality education, GD Goenka University has engaged the best and brightest faculty to guide students, engage their minds and raise their horizon. This is done by creating regular and systematic opportunities for students to interact with a broad range of industries and service sectors. This is a two way street, because it provides multinational companies the opportunity to learn about GD Goenka University and the benefits of recruiting its students. The University has the best of facilities, equipment including laboratories, dedicated video conference facilities, virtual learning facilities and fully equipped conference rooms. These are all designed to extract the best and most creative qualities from the students. The hardware is superbly backed up by able counselors who can inspire students to express themselves.Tweet