Tuition fee for the ACJ-Bloomberg postgraduate diploma programme inclusive of GST @18% is INR 7,08,000/- Candidates admitted to the programme should lock in their seats within 7 days with an advance payment of INR 1,00,000/- The balance amount of INR 6,08,000/- is to be paid in two equal installments, according to the following schedule:

  • First installment of INR 3,04,000/- on or before June 16, 2021
  • Final installment of INR 3,04,000/- on or before June 23, 2021


Residential Accommodation

Accommodation for students in the programme on room sharing basis is available on the college campus or in the Residential Annexe which is within easy distance of the college in Kasturba Nagar adjacent to the MRTS station. The allotment of residence to students opting for it will be decided by the college.

Residential accommodation on the Campus for the period (July 2021 to April 2022) will cost INR 88,500/- inclusive of GST @ 18%.

Accommodation at the Annexe for the period (July 2021 to April 2022) will cost INR 1,29,800/- inclusive of GST @ 18%.

The cost of food for the year will be INR 88,500/- inclusive of GST @ 18%.

Every student has to pay a caution deposit of INR 10,000/-, which will be returned, less deductions for liabilities if any, at the end of the year.

Students who opt for accommodation should send an advance of INR 50,000/- with their first installment of tuition fees. Accommodation will be offered on a first-come- first-served basis. The balance inclusive of caution deposit should be paid on or before June 23, 2021.

Please note that no request for refund of fees will be entertained. Once a candidate is admitted the seat allotted to him or her stands filled. Please note that fees once paid will not be refunded even if the candidate does not join the course.

Bloomberg is awarding a full scholarship and guaranteed paid internship with its Mumbai news team to one student of the ACJ-Bloomberg Business and Financial journalism programme for the academic year 2021-22.

The scholarship covers tuition fees, accommodation costs on a room-sharing basis, and food expenses covering breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and dinner at the ACJ canteen. The chosen student will also receive a nominal amount towards monthly pocket expenses.

The selection will be on a merit-cum-means basis.