Ashoka University

Admissions

Ashoka University's undergraduate programme offers a 3+1 year-long interdisciplinary liberal arts and sciences education that focuses on original research and intellectual growth. If you choose to apply for the Undergraduate Programme at Ashoka University, please proceed further. Please refer to the Admissions Calendar below for the round-wise deadlines of Application Form submission, decision notification, and acceptance of the offer for the Undergraduate Programme at Ashoka University for the August 2020 intake. Applications for the academic session starting August 2020 are now open.

Admission Schedule

Ashoka University Admission Calendar for August 2020 Intake

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Applications Open 09th October 2019 09th October 2019 09th October 2019 09th October 2019
Application Closes 13th November 2019 08th January 2020 08th April 2020 22nd May 2020
Decision Notification 08th January 2020 06th March 2020 20th May 2020 01st July 2020
Acceptance Deadline 15th February 2020 24th April 2020 26th June 2020 31st July 2020
Session Commencement 17th August 2020 17th August 2020 17th August 2020 17th August 2020

Admission Process

Ashoka University's holistic admissions process ensures that each application is evaluated in its unique context. Please find the details of the stages involved in admissions in the table given below.

Stage 1 - Application, Reading, and shortlisting Round Stage 2 - Interview Round Stage 3 - Decision and Financial Aid
Personal Details Ashoka Aptitude Test (highly recommended) Confirmed Offer
Academic Scores (10th - 12th) On-the-spot essay (Mandatory) Conditional offer
SAT/ACT (optional) In person (mandatory) Waitlist (upon availability)
Personal Essay Decision Deferred
Letter of recommendation Reject
Extracurricular, leadership, social impact engagements Separate financial aid application form if Offer of Admission granted(Details Below)

Holistic Admissions Process where each applicant is evaluated within their unique Context

Strong Focus on Affirmative Action based on social, personal, medical, locational, educational, learning disability backgrounds to name a few.

Merit based Admissions selection process and decisions

Need based Financial Aid policy after offers have been made

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