Azim Premji University announces admissions for Undergraduate Programmes 2021

New Delhi

Azim Premji University announces admissions to its full-time, residential Undergraduate program. The applications are available in the website and the last date for the Early Admission process is December 27, 2020. The classes for the batch will commence from August 2021.

The undergraduate programmes offered in the university are – 3-year B.Sc. degree in Physics, Biology or Mathematics and B.A. degree in Economics, English, Philosophy or History. 4-year B.Sc.B.Ed. Dual degree in Science and Education with specialization in streams Physics, Biology or Mathematics & Education

The curriculum at Azim Premji University emphasizes disciplinary depth and broader skills of analysis, reasoning and problem-solving skills over conventional mode of learning. Students will work on a common curriculum to strengthen their key skills and capabilities to help them become active and self-motivated learners.

Timelines

Admission processEarly AdmissionRegular admission
Last date to apply27 Dec 2020Mid April 2021
Entrance test date10 Jan 2021Mid May 2021
Interview processFeb 2021June 2021
Offer lettersMar 2021July 2021
Classes commencingAug 2021Aug 2021
Dates are tentative

Azim Premji University offers a diverse student cohort; need based scholarships (full or partial waiver) and extensive academic support. With accomplished faculty members, a mix of teaching, research and field experience, combined with innovative teaching-learning methods and close mentoring of students, this is an opportunity for aspirants to explore India’s complex social and political reality and become responsible citizens of the 21st century. Undergraduate students can also conduct research through Honours projects.

Admission process and dates: The admission process will be conducted in 2 windows, Early admissions and regular admissions. Students can apply online on the University website. Applicants will be selected based on a written test following which personal interview will be conducted for the shortlisted students. The University also considers SAT and KYPY scores for Admissions.