Nalanda University Admission 2021: Online Registration Begins For PG Courses
Nalanda University has commenced the online application process for admission to postgraduate courses. Interested and eligible students can apply for the admission process online at nalandauniv.edu.in.
Nalanda University has commenced the online application process for admission to postgraduate courses. Interested and eligible students can apply for the admission process online at nalandauniv.edu.in. The entire application process for admissions is paperless and online. The application form has to be filled in entirety and submitted along with the Statement of Purpose (SoP) and a self-introductory note.
As per the admission guidelines released by the university, all applicants need to demonstrate a high level of competence in the English language, as all courses will be held in English. English language test scores of TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, PTE, STEP are accepted.
For Indian citizens, a duly-filled application form and a Statement of Purpose (SOP) along with all the documents should be submitted to email@example.com. An application fee of Rs 500 will be applicable.
Once the application fee is paid, the transaction ID or transfer details must be submitted to Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org . The candidate has to appear in the interview through video conferencing as per the schedule intimated to the candidate.
International students must send the duly filled application form and a Statement of Purpose (SOP) along with all the documents at email@example.com. The candidate has to pay an application fee of $8.
Eligibility Criteria For Masters' Programme For Indian, International Students
- The candidate should have scored atleast 55 per cent marks or 2.2/4.0 GPA or equivalent Grade Point Average (GPA) in undergraduate degree.
- Candidates should submit a Self-Introduction/Bio-Note Statement (Not more than 250 words)
- Candidates will be required to submit a Statement of Purpose (SoP) on the following: Why do you want to study at Nalanda University (100 words) and The reasons for choosing the programme (300– 500 words)
- Proof of English proficiency is required for students coming from non-English speaking countries