Usually, the admission process for majority of courses start in the month of April and ends in the month of September. However, for many courses, admission process is through an entrance exam or counseling process. The relevant details for this admission are given below:
Interested candidates can apply Both (Online and Offline), by filling up the required form and submitting online or offline as required.
In the case of Higher Secondary School Certificate or State Boards, CBSE and CISCE (Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations), 40% marks in 12th standard with English as one of the subjects is the minimum requirement. If you wish to pursue BBA subsequently, 45% is the minimum requirement in 12th standard. In the case of International Baccalaureate students, a diploma is the minimum requirement. International Baccalaureate certificate... Read More
Eligibility: In the case of Higher Secondary School Certificate or State Boards, CBSE and CISCE (Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations), 40% marks in 12th standard with English as one of the subjects is the minimum requirement. If you wish to pursue BBA subsequently, 45% is the minimum requirement in 12th standard. In the case of International Baccalaureate students, a diploma is the minimum requirement. International Baccalaureate certificate students are not eligible for admission. In the case of Cambridge students (GCE/IGCSE/GCSE examinations of the approved British Examination Bodies), ‘A’ Level certificate is the minimum requirement, with 5 (Five) subjects in A, B, C Grades including English at Ordinary (‘O’) Level and 3 (Three) subjects at Advanced Level. In case of High school diploma awarded by an accredited American School/International School in other countries following American System of Education accredited either by the State Departments of Education OR by one of the following Six Regional Accrediting Agencies in USA: Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges New England Association of Schools and Colleges North Central Association of Schools and Colleges Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges Southern Association of Schools and Colleges Western Association of Schools and Colleges Applicants who have obtained 10+2 equivalent qualification from a foreign university / board / institution, other than above shall have to submit an equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi along with a transcript of marks (https://www.aiu.ac.in/evaluation.php) In order to be eligible to pursue 'Honours degree program in Economics' or 'Honours degree program in Computer Science' you must have passed Mathematics as one of the subjects at 12th or equivalent level (Subject to additional requirements mentioned in the academic handbook). Candidates in their 12th standard or equivalent class can also apply, provided they can produce their 12th passing certificate / mark sheet before 31st August. Admission of such a candidate shall be strictly provisional till s/he submits a valid proof of passing the 12th or equivalent level examination before the prescribed last date, failing which the admission shall automatically stand withdrawn without any further notice. We accept SAT/ACT* scores if you do not wish to take FEAT. We do not specify a cut off score for SAT/ACT which would guarantee you an admission in FLAME, as the SAT/ACT score is only one of the parameters we consider for selection. Needless to say, a high SAT/ACT score improves your chances of selection. ( *SAT/ACT scores are valid for 5 years. Please ensure that your scores are valid till the date of enrollment specified in the schedule. ) Read Less
|The goal of our assessment process is to select best performing and well-rounded applicants who can contribute and enhance the learning experience at FLAME University. We have an internal assessment process which considers the following aspects of your application: Admission Test (FEAT/SAT) Essay Personal Interview Past Academic Record Extracurricular activities/ achievements Statement of Purpose (SOP)|
Admission is based on merit and eligibility criteria.