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Admission Eligibility for University of London

Eligibility Standard Route Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences (CHESS)
Minimum Age Normally at least 17 years in the year of registration 18 years on 31st December in year of registration

Entrance Requirements

Eligibility Standard Route Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences (CHESS)
I B DIPLOMA Successfully pass IB DIPLOMA, Maths can be passed a grade 3 – 7 at either higher or standard level (excluding Maths & Economics). I B Certificate - should have equivalent of 6 O L Passes including Maths and English. Eg..passes at S L /H L with points 3 or above including Maths.
‘A’ LEVELS Two subjects at GCE 'A' level, plus at least three further subjects at GCSE/GCE 'O' level at Grade C or above.

OR

Three subjects at GCE 'A' level and one further subject at GCSE/GCE 'O' level at Grade C or above.

OR

Two subjects at GCE 'A' level, plus two further subjects at GCE 'AS' level. And all applicants must demonstrate competence in Mathematics at least equivalent to GCSE/ GCE 'O' level at Grade C. (excluding Maths & Economics)
One GCE/A level (or equivalent) and 4 GCSE/O levels, including Mathematics at Grade A - C.

OR

Six GCSE/O levels (or equivalent) including Mathematics at Grade A - C.

Maths requirements: GCSE/O level Maths with a grade C or above or equivalent.
Indian Boards (CBSE or CISC or NIOS ) Pass Year XII, All India Boards or Recognised Year XII State Board - 4 Acceptable Academic subjects each passed at 70% or above.

OR

An overall average of 70% from all subjects at Year XII. All applicants must pass Year XII Mathematics and English at 50% or above. If Year XII Mathematics is not passed at 50% or above then Year X Maths can be considered.
India State Board Eg. - HSC Recognised year XII State Board: 4 subjects each passed at 70% or above

OR

An overall average of 70% from all subjects taken at year XII satisfies the entrance requirements for degrees in Economics, Finance, Management and the Social Sciences programmes only. If Mathematics is not passed at 70% or above then in addition Mathematics at year XII must be passed at 50% or above. Furthermore, if year XII schooling is not taught in the medium of English then applicants require an acceptable Test of Proficiency in English which has been passed at the required grade within the past 3 years.

Admission Eligibility for Royal Holloway courses:

Eligibility Standard Route Certificate in Higher Education (CertHE)
Minimum Age Normally at least 17 years in the year of registration. 17 years on 31st December in year of registration.

Entrance Requirements

Eligibility Standard Route Certificate in Higher Education (CertHE)
“A” LEVELS

UK System and English requirement
To be eligible for the Standard Route of one of the degrees you must:

Have either passes in: Two subject passes at GCE 'A' level, plus at least three further subjects at GCSE/GCE 'O' level at grade A - C

OR

Three subject passes at GCE 'A' level and one further subject at GCSE/GCE 'O'level at grade A - C

OR

Two subject passes at GCE 'A' level, plus two further subject passes at GCE 'AS' level. Either one of these A levels must be passed at grade A – D or both AS levels must be passed at grade A - D
One ‘A’ level and 4 GCSEs levels (or equivalent); OR 6 GCSEs (or equivalent)

GCSE grades should be A to C and meet the entry requirements in English language proficiency. ‘A’ level grade A - E
IB Diploma and English requirement Successfully pass IB DIPLOMA Successfully pass IBCP
India State Board e.g. HSC and English requirement. Year XII, All India Boards or Recognised Year XII State Board - 4 Acceptable Academic subjects each passed at 70 % or above

OR

An overall average of 70% from all subjects at Year XII.

Applicants require an Acceptable Test of Proficiency in English which has been passed at required grade within the past 3 years.

Applicants who have studied through the medium of English are exempt from a Test of Proficiency in English.

Steps 1

To check your eligibility for admission see the table on Admission Eligibility Or Contact us

Address

Russell Square International College Gulmohar Cross Rd No.9, J.V.P.D, Juhu, Mumbai – 400049.

Steps 2

Send a Cheque of Rs. 10,000.00 (plus taxes as applicable) in favour of Russell Square International College or make Online Payment for registration. This fee is non-refundable.

Steps 3

Fill in the RSIC application form along with :

  • 3 passport size photographs
  • Copies of Class X & XII marksheets
  • Copy of Birth certificate/ Passport copy -English

Steps 4

Candidates will appear for an interview conducted by college.

Steps 5

The selected candidates should pay the RSIC fees within 10 days from the date of selection.

Important Note

The University of London application fees & registration fees have to be paid separately by the candidate. RSIC will assist the candidate for the same. Admissions are subject to the approval from University of London.

Studying at RSIC

  • RSIC requires compulsory attendance.
  • Students must work consistently throughout the year and do all the work assigned.
  • In addition RSIC requires an active participation in the extracurricular activities provided such as debates, workshops, industrial visits and college celebrations.

Fee Structure University of London

Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences (EMFSS) Member Institution - London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Russell Square International College – Fee Details Amount (Rs.)
Application Processing Fee 10,000/- + GST
Admission Fee (one time) 1,00,000/- + GST
Security Deposit (refundable only at the time of leaving) 50,000/-
Annual Tuition Fees (inclusive of GST) 5,90,000/-
Cheque in favour of Russell Square International College or Online Payment
University of London : Fee Details Degree
Application Fee (non-refundable) £107 + GST
Registration Fee £1,275 + GST
Examination Fee (per subject) £384
Online Examination Administrative Fees (per subject) £10

Fee Structure University of London, BSc Business Administration

Member Institution - Royal Holloway

Russell Square International College – Fee Details Amount (Rs.)
Application Fee (non-refundable) 10,000/- + GST
Admission Fee (One time non-refundable) 1,00,000/- + GST
Security Deposit (Refundable only at the time of leaving) 50,000/-
Annual Tuition Fees (non-refundable) 4,90,000/- + GST
Cheques / Demand Drafts should be drawn in favour of Russell Square International College.
University of London : Fee Details
Application fee (non-refundable) £107 + GST
Registration fee £1,840 + GST
Assessment fee (per subject) £441
Online Examination Administrative Fees (per subject) £10
Certificate in Higher Education – Business Administration
Application fee (non-refundable) £107 + GST
Registration fee £919 + GST
Assessment fee (per course) £441
Online Examination Administrative Fees (per subject) £10
  • The British Council administers the annual examinations and their administrative charges are Rs. 2,345/- per paper.
  • The University of London and the British Council have reserved the right to amend previously announced fees if necessary.
  • Demand Drafts payable to British Council should be drawn in favour of British Council Division, payable at Mumbai.
  • Online payment in Pound Sterling to be made to University of London.
  • Currency rates prevailing at the time of payment of fees, will be applicable.
  • GST @ 18% will be applicable on Russell Square International College and University of London fees.
  • Fees once paid to Russell Square International College & University of London will not be refunded under any circumstances.

Frequently Asked Question

The University of London is one of the world's leading academic institutions. It is internationally recognised as a centre of excellence for its teaching and research. It is an opportunity for students to receive a University of London degree without having to move to London, either for teaching support or for the examinations. The degrees offered are spread over and combine a wide range of disciplines like Economics, Management, Finance and Social Science. The curriculum is international in scope and highly valued - graduates transfer to Masters Programmes in Australia, the USA and the UK.

Unlike a correspondence course, the Degree of the UOL offered at RSIC is structured on the lines of a regular college teaching pattern, with daily classes, regular evaluation, frequent parent teacher interactions and an annual academic calendar. RSIC also provides an opportunity to its students for extra curricular activities ensuring a holistic and interactive campus life. For e.g., RSIC has an active Students' Council that initiates various activities all through the year.

The University of London founded by the Royal Charter in 1836 is one of Britain's largest universities and is a federation of Colleges and Institutes. The London School of Economics and Political Science - 'LSE' in short - is one of the teaching institutions that make up the University of London. Further, the highly reputed LSE is a designated Member Institution for the University of London

The students achieve exactly the same internationally recognised academic standing as those who study full-time at a college / institute of the University of London. Examination papers are set and marked by the same academics of the University of London and to exactly the same standards that assess the full-time college-based students studying at London.

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is the Member Institution for the suite of undergraduate degrees in the subject areas of Economics, Management, Finance and Social Sciences. The academic direction and support for these programmes is provided by LSE, although the University of London grants the final Award. RSIC is a recognised teaching centre of the University of London. Students enrolled at RSIC for registration with Univerity of London and will have contact with the University of London only on all matters of administration from registration to Graduation. LSE sets the syllabus, provides subject guides, prescribes the essential and reference texts, sets the examination papers and marks the final examinations

The Degrees are called BSc Degrees because they emphasize on the scientific approach to knowledge. No, you do not have to study natural science subjects but you will have to study Mathematics if your particular Degree requires you to do so.

The UOL Degree, like any other high quality International degrees is challenging. With regular attendance, consistent study and a strong motivation, all our students at RSIC have done us proud by doing well in their courses.

Yes, provided you can meet the attendance and course work requirements of RSIC.

When you graduate, you are awarded a University of London degree. The final parchment includes the University of London logo and signature of the Vice-Chancellor, and indicates which University of London Member Institution conducted your examinations. The Diploma Supplement will describe the nature, level and content of the programme you successfully completed and include a transcript of courses taken and marks achieved, as well as the overall classification. It also provides further information about the role of the Member Institution and method of study. It explains that there is no difference between the standards of Awards, whether they are regular University students or Recognised Teaching Centre students.

A University of London Degree is a prestigious qualification that you can be proud of and signals that you have achieved globally recognised standards. Boundary marks are set to indicate standards and should not be read as indicating that a student has made a certain number of points. You need to achieve five first class marks (70 and above) to gain a first class honours degree, or four first class marks and an aggregate of 590. The content of the examinations, and the rigour of the assessment ensures adherence to our high standards.

A resource, available from September 2008, VLE is a one stop place for all the resources you need during the programme. All units have an area on the VLE, grouped discipline. The resource contains all reading lists, unit information sheets and links to exam resources, includes all chapters of Subject Guides. You can listen to recorded messages from LSE academics LSE and key staff at the University of London. You can discuss by participating in forums, where you can chat online with other students who are studying the same units. You can test yourself on some of the key uni

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