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Admission Policy

For the 2019 undergraduate intake, there are 120 seats across all degree programmes. ISBF follows a rounds-based rolling admissions policy. More detail on individual rounds is contained in the Admissions Calendar below.

Rolling admissions means that other things equal, applicants of earlier rounds have a higher likelihood of being accepted onto the programme of their choice. It also means that applications will be closed as soon as all seats are filled.

Admission Process

In every Admission Round, the process comprises of three steps –

Step 1: Filling the Application Form

Step 2: Appearing for the ISBF entrance test (iMET), based on which candidates will be shortlisted for Step 3

Step 3: Appearing for the Personal Interview (PI)

Once all three steps are completed, a candidate’s application will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee in full. The final admission decision will take into consideration the iMET score (weighted – 50%), performance in the PI (weighted – 30%) and Class XII Board examination scores (weighted – 20%), where available.

Where Class XII Board scores are not available, iMET and PI scores are considered. Candidates who perform well in the admission process may be made an unconditional offer of admission, even if their Class XII Board scores have not been declared until then.

Step 1: Filling the Application Form

You may fill the ISBF Application Form online or offline. The application fee is INR 2,500.

  • To apply online, click here .
  • To apply offline, you may download the Application Form from the ISBF website or obtain it at the ISBF campus. The form must be completed and submitted at the ISBF campus, via courier or in person.

All necessary documents, as listed on the Application Form, must be submitted at the time of applying, whether online or offline.

Eligibility for applying

  • The candidate must either have completed Class XII, or be completing it in the same year in which she/he seeks to begin undergraduate study at ISBF
  • Candidates from any stream, or studying any combination of subjects, can apply to any of the undergraduate programmes offered at ISBF, subject only to the below requirements:
    • Candidates applying for BSc (Hons) Economics or BSc (Hons) Economics & Finance must have studied/be studying Mathematics in Class XII
    • Candidates applying for BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance, BSc (Hons) Economics & Management, BSc (Hons) Business & Management or BSc (Hons) Management & Digital Innovation must have studied Mathematics up to Class X

Step 2: Appearing for the ISBF Entrance Test (iMET)

It is mandatory for all candidates to appear for the ISBF entrance test (iMET), which is conducted online in each Admission Round.

iMET tests a candidate’s ability to reason logically and apply concepts and techniques learnt in Mathematics and English up to Class X (based on the syllabi of the major Indian Boards).

Candidates who perform well in the iMET will be shortlisted for the Personal Interview (PI).

Step 3: Appearing for the Personal Interview (PI)

Candidates shortlisted on the basis of iMET will be invited to appear for the final step of the admission process – the Personal Interview (PI).

In the PI, a candidate is tested for attitude, motivation, communication and academic curiosity. The candidate’s past record, academic as well as co-curricular and extra-curricular, forms the main basis of the PI discussion.

All PIs will take place in person, either at the ISBF Campus in New Delhi or at pre-declared centres across India (see Admissions Calendar below).

Admissions Calendar

AnnouncementsEarly Round (December)Round 1 (April)Round 2 (June)
Applications open1 September 201811 December 201816 April 2019
Application deadline10 December 201815 April 20193 June 2019
iMET15 December 2018,
22 December 2018
19 April 2019,
20 April 2019
7 June 2019,
8 June 2019
Personal Interview4 – 5 January 2019,
11 – 12 January 2019
2 – 5 May 201920 – 23 June 2019
PI centersNew Delhi

  • New Delhi
  • Kolkata
  • Mumbai
  • Chennai
  • Hyderabad
  • Bangalore
  • Bhopal

  • New Delhi
  • Kolkata
  • Mumbai
  • Chennai
Result declaration17 January 201915 May 201926 June 2019
Acceptance deadline4 February 20198 June 201910 July 2019

Notes:

  • Early Round candidates must note that if made an unconditional offer of admission, their acceptance must be received by 4 February 2019
  • iMET will be conducted online, and there will be two slots (morning and evening) on each test date
  • ISBF reserves the right to change the above dates and centers. Should this become necessary, all concerned candidates will be duly notified
  • All decisions of the ISBF Admissions Committee are final and binding

Scholarships

There are three kinds of scholarships available for every candidate.

At the time of Admission:

ISBF Scholarship is available at the time of admission, i.e. for the first year of study and can continue for second and third year, subject to the awardee maintaining a stipulated level of academic performance. It comprises a waiver of up to 50% of the ISBF Tuition fees. It is awarded on the basis of merit and need, measured by the candidate’s performance in the iMET and PI, as well as need.

After Admission:

University of London (UoL) Achievement Award: This award is available on merit to UoL students in the Indian subcontinent. It comprises a waiver of 100% of UoL’s second year tuition fees. To know more, click here.

LSE Summer School Scholarship: Every year, two students receive this from LSE to attend Summer School, amongst students from all over the world.

Further Queries

If you have any further queries with regard to the admission process, you may contact the Undergraduate Admissions Team on:

Email: uol@isbf.edu.in

Phone: 01140430000/ +91 96508 66615

Prospective applicants, applicants and their families are welcome to visit the campus. It is advisable to take prior appointments for the same.