Our Taught Masters programmes with a UK 2:1 entry level require an Indian bachelors degree with a minimum of 60-75% average or a CGPA of 6.0-7.5 out of 10 from a recognised institution.
The exact score required will depend on the institution you have studied at and the course you have applied for. For more information please contact email@example.com
Some flexibility may be given for Delhi University students who take Arts subjects, and for selected Law programmes including those from Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Govt Law College, Kolkata, NALSAR, NLSIU, ILS and Amity Law School - in these cases, 55% is normally acceptable for courses which require a UK 2:1 equivalent.
For more information, please see our postgraduate prospectus
Recognition of UK Masters Degrees
Recently a small number of Indian graduates have faced issues around the recognition of their one year UK masters degree in India for progression to PhD study.
This is only an issue for certain state universities and government organisations - private universities are not affected.
The British Council has established a task force with BIS/UUK/QAA and various Indian bodies to lobby for the recognition framework to be based on recognition of learning outcomes as opposed to length of degree.
It's hoped that the UK's one year masters will be fully recognised by the start of the 2013 academic year (and that recognition will apply retrospectively).
If you have any questions please contact your country contact..
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