UBS offers world class living standards and has been termed as a ‘FIVE STAR UNIVERSITY’ by India Today Magazine
for the excellent student living accommodation within the campus for national as well as international students. It provides a comfortable and safe environment to the residents, to succeed academically, grow personally, to make lasting friendships with the fellow students & faculty and to meet their personal interests and professional needs. All students live in the UBS Campus to ensure they can participate in all the academic, professional and fun activities on Campus.
Students live in resort like apartment blocks. Each student gets an Air-conditioned single room with attached bathroom with four students sharing a living room, dining room and kitchenette. Each room is furnished with a bed, study desk, chair and cupboard. The bathrooms have a hot water geyser and the Kitchenette is equipped with filtered drinking water, hot water kettle and hot plate. The Rooms are mountain facing or Campus facing. We also have dual sharing option for the rooms.
Living in the UBS Campus is an amazing experience as you are surrounded by nature, mountains in the serene Karjat Valley. You get a 360 Degree view of mountains from each part of the 40 Acre Campus at the foothill of Dhak Fort at 2700 feet.
UBS strives to promote an environment where staff and students enjoy culturally inclusive behaviour and activities; cultural differences are celebrated as we believe in ‘Celebrating the difference’.
Regional and International Diversity: UBS has a culturally diverse community of faculty, staff and students from 23 states of India and 10 countries
Language Diversity: At UBS, the students, faculty and staff, speak English, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, Gujarati, Telegu, Konkani, Kannada, Oriya, Sindhi, Malayali, Bengali, Assamese and International Languages like Mandarin, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Lithuanian and Urdu.
Religious Diversity: UBS Faculty, staff and students belong to different religions like Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Jainism, Zoroastrianism (Parsi) and Sikhism.
Diversity of Festivals: Students also experience different religious festivals like: Diwali, Holi, Christmas, Gurpurab, etc., where they get to know the traditions, faith, and spirituality of other religions.
Exchange of Ideas: UBS provides many opportunities for information exchange on inter cultural initiatives, programmes, and activities in the UBS community.