Admission Criteria

Each of the five different schools constituting Jindal Global University has its own admission criteria. For the Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) prospective candidates must complete the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) administered by Pearson VUE. Selection to the school is determined according to the studentís performance on this test. Students living outside of India can take the test at any certified Pearson test centers. This test must be completed prior to filling out and submitting the admission application. The cost for students taking the test in India is Rs 3500 and for students abroad US$150. Application fees are Rs 1000 for students in India and US$30 for students abroad. Registration for taking the LSAT can be completed online, and the admission application can be accessed online via the universityís website.

The Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) selects its candidates according to a combination of tests scores and school grades. Specifically for Indian students, a minimum of 70 percent cumulative marks in 10+2 examination is required. Admission for students abroad is determined according to their SAT scores and academic record. In addition to the above eligibility requirements, overseas students as well as Indian students are required to complete an entrance exam administered by JGBS.

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The 2013-14 academic year will be the first year that Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) will be accepting applications for admission into its M.A. program. Acceptance will be based on completion of the admission application, which can be accessed on the schoolís website. The school also requires completion of their entrance exam, offered online beginning in February 2013. The exam covers analytical thinking and general understanding of international affairs. To be considered for acceptance, students are required to have a Bachelorís degree in any subject from an accredited university.

Students interested in applying to the Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) are required to hold a Bachelorís degree in any field from an accredited university. After receiving a completed application, candidates will be provided a date to take an online written test. This written test is in essay form and features questions involving recent development and policy matters. Following successful completion of the test, a telephone interview will be conducted, and then, students will be selected according to their placement on the shortlist.

As the Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities (JSLH) is expected to commence their first academic year in 2014, information regarding its admission criteria is not yet available. In August 2013, the school will be announcing the eligibility requirements.
 

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