Preliminary year (year one)
70%+ for CBSE and HSC Boards, 65%+ for West Bengal in HSSC - Higher Secondary School Certificate (Class XII) or
85%+ for SSC - Secondary School Certificate (Class X)
Qualifying year (year two)
Class 12 or Standard 12 (10+2) examinations from CBSE, ISCE or a state board are acceptable for admission onto our bachelors programmes. We will generally ask for the best of four subjects, and any subject-specific requirements will reflect the overall percentage required (eg. 85% in best four subjects including 85% in Maths).
Students who have taken a 3 year diploma after class 11 instead of the class 12 exams can be considered for second year entry to our bachelors programmes.
Typical offers for a course requiring A level grades of ABB/BBB would be:
CBSE and ISC– 80%
West Bengal – 70-75%
Other State Boards – 85%
70% in Year 12 English can be considered as meeting the minimum English language entry requirement, although some courses may ask for a higher grade.
70% in Year 12 English from CBSE or ISC can be considered as meeting the minimum English language entry requirement, although some courses may ask for a higher grade.
We do not accept the local language as one of the four subject grades on which we base an offer, and many schools also exclude Environmental Education from offer grades.
Students taking A levels or the IB should refer to our international qualifications section.
Students taking APs or SATIIs should refer to entry requirements for the USA.
A bachelor degree from a recognised university. Typical GPA requirements is 3.25 out of 4.0.