There are two intakes per year in the BS/BBA Program
a) April-May for August orientation/commencement of classes
b) September-October for January orientation/commencement of classes
Admissions open in October-November and continue till February of the succeeding year. Students can apply online or visit the campus. Classes commence from the first week of January. The duration of each academic year is of 12 months (from January to December).
Admissions open in March and continues till August. Matric students can apply on the basis of class IX results and O’ Level students can apply on the basis of grade X results. Classes commence after summer vacations, normally from the first Monday of August. The duration of each academic year is of 12 months [from August to July].
Students can apply for admissions in this program at any time of the year. The eligibility is Intermediate or A’ Level. However, Matric or O’ Level students can also join through the Foundation Diploma. Students with higher education may apply for exemptions from certain papers on the basis of their prior qualifications. Admissions continues throughout the year as a new batch begins almost every month.
The minimum entry requirement is Intermediate or A’ Level.However, students with higher education may apply for exemptions for the relevant papers based on their prior qualifications. The main intakes are twice in the year. However, students can join at any time as new batches begin in each alternate month.
CFA level I classes for December exams session commence from August and for June exams in February. All the classes are held on Saturdays (6-9 pm) and Sundays (10-1 pm and 1:30-5 pm). Students may register at any time for either of the exam sessions.
EduQual is a member of UK Federation of Awarding Body (FAB) and approved by the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA). It offers online diplomas in various disciplines with options of further progression to undergraduate and graduate degrees at many UK universities. The tutorials are conducted on a one-to-one bases and in small groups of 3-4 students.