St. Hopkins College

Coordinates: 12°57′04″N 77°36′14″E / 12.951179°N 77.604011°E / 12.951179; 77.604011
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St. Hopkins College
TypePrivate business school
FounderYunus Ahmed
AffiliationBangalore University
Location, ,
12°57′04″N 77°36′14″E / 12.951179°N 77.604011°E / 12.951179; 77.604011
LanguageEnglish, Kannada, Hindi, Sanskrit, French
WebsiteSt. Hopkins College

St. Hopkins College is a business school located in Bangalore, India.[1] It was founded by Yunus Ahmed in 2009 and is a minority institution approved by the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, the University Grants Commission of India and the National Assessment and Accreditation Council.[2] St. Hopkins is affiliated to the University of Bangalore and the Government of Karnataka.

Courses offered[edit]

Undergraduate program[edit]

St. Hopkins offers courses and programs for the B.B.M., B.Com, B.C.A. and B.A.[3] There are also pre-university courses.

Graduate program[edit]

Postgraduate courses offered include:[4]

  • M.Com
  • MBA in Finance
  • MBA in Human Resource Management
  • MBA in Retail
  • MBA in Marketing
  • MBA in Business Analytics
  • MBA in Information Technology[5]
  • International MBA (6 weeks abroad)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Business Analytics[5]



St. Hopkins College organizes UDAAN, an annual cultural fest held at the college campus, followed by inter-class sports competition.

The Boys Football team has won the Karnataka State Football Tournament.[3]


  1. ^ "St. Hopkins College Creating Entrepreneurs". The Times of India. 28 June 2017. Retrieved 26 November 2019.[dead link]
  2. ^ "St Hopkins College Management Overview". Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  3. ^ a b Ranjani Madhavan (25 May 2015). "An MBA with Practical Experience". New Indian Express.
  4. ^ "Courses Offered by St Hopkins College". Silicon India. Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  5. ^ a b "St. Hopkins MBA Student Gets a Whopping 12 lakhs P.A package at IBM" (press release). AB Newswire. 10 January 2017.

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