Vedatya has a comprehensive admission criteria in which the academic record is just one component. It is critical that the applicants have a broad based competency that includes a demonstrated academic record, extra-curricular activities, general knowledge and a passion to pursue their career.
We also offer 3 types of scholarships based on merit and have partnered with over 10 financial institutions to provide appropriate financial aid to the students in terms of loans.
Types of Scholarships
Cumulative Scholarship Amount
Financial Institutions Offering Loans
Components of Admission Criteria
Our undergraduate admission cycle in a typical year starts in December and closes by May with classes starting in August. There is only one intake in the calendar year.
The eligibility criteria includes class 12th results, english competency, a written test and a personal interview. Selection is based on the student’s demonstration of their interest in the course of their choice and their ability to cope with it’s rigour.
Our graduate admission cycle has multiple intakes in a year depending on the course of study. The course specific page will provide more information about the start dates
The eligibility criteria include class 12th results, evaluation of work experience, a written test and a personal interview. Selection is based on the student’s demonstration of their interest in the course of their choice and their ability to cope with it’s rigour.
Financial aid at Vedatya is in two forms – scholarships and loans.
We offer different types of scholarships that are based on merit and need. Meritorious students are offered scholarships both at the time of the admission and through their academic journey (to top 2 students per semester of each cohort). Needs based scholarship is only offered at the time of admission and as a strict criteria of disbursement.
We also have partnerships with more than 10 financial institutions to offer loans for students who was financial assistance. Also, we enable foreign internships for our students during which they generally get paid enough stipend to cover all of their international internships costs.