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Way2k 5 Oct 2012
Oxford Univ open to CBSE and ISC

CBSE and ISC students scoring 90% and above can now seek admission in undergraduate courses at Oxford University. The students will, however, have to appear for admission tests and interviews for securing a seat in this highly prestigious academic institution. Speaking at Calcutta University on 24th March, Saturday, Oxford VC Andrew Hamilton detailed out the admission plans of the institution.

Oxford Univ open to CBSE and ISC

"We have thrown our gates open to ISC and CBSE students who can seek admission in our undergraduate courses. They will have to score 90%. This is, however, only the application criteria. The students will have to take tests in particular subjects and appear for an interview. We will test the intellectual capability of students and grant them admissions. However, no quota will exist in undergraduate courses for Indian students. Admissions will open from September 2013. The course fee will be 15,000 pounds a year," said Hamilton.

Addressing brilliant students from financially weak families, he assured, "A few scholarships are available for undergraduate studies. We are holding talks with several individuals and organizations, including Indian industrial houses, to draw more funds to offer scholarships."

Courtesy: Times of India

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