Enter your keyword

GREENWICH UNIVERSITY

  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • M.Phil / Ph.D.
  • PGD / Diploma / Short Course OR Certificate
ELIGIBILITY
Bachelor’s degree in the relevant discipline from any university recognized by the Higher Education Commission, or of a recognized foreign university. Graduates with no background of English may be required to do foundation courses.
CLASSIFICATION OF ADMISSIONS:
There are three classifications of admissions. Regular Acceptance, Provisional Acceptance and Non-Degree Student Status. A placement evaluation is required for all students before being admitted. Places offered are valid for one term only; if not taken up, they are offered to applicants on the wait list
REGULAR ACCCEPTANCE:
Applicants who meet all admission requirements are admitted as degree candidates.
PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE:
Applicants who are accepted provisionally are those who do not submit official documents or submit incomplete documents. Transfer student who do not submit official documents from the institution previously attended fall in this category. Conversely any applicant who does not meet minimum requirements may be denied regular admission to the University and its programs.
NON-DEGREE STUDENT STATUS:
Applicants who desire to take courses without seeking degree candidacy are designated as Non-Degree Students.
TRANSFER OF CREDIT/ADVANCED PLACEMENT:
Students may apply for advanced placement keeping in view prior academic qualifications and experience.

Credits from other institutions: The Admission Office will evaluate credits from other institutions on a course-by-course basis in accordance with such agreements as may exist. The acceptability of each credit will depend on the appropriateness of the courses to the University curriculum, on their compatibility to courses offered by Greenwich University, the period since the course credits were earned, and the grade earned.

All passing grades of B or above in transfer courses are acceptable for students who leave their prior institution with good academic standing. Students who were not in good academic standing at their previous colleges may be accepted, but only with Provisional Acceptance status. Transfer credits will be awarded after the student has achieved good academic standing. However, a tentative evaluation of such transfer credits may be requested by the student upon admission. All transfer credit will be recorded as “TR” on the student’s transcript.

Before graduating, transfer students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of the university courses in order to be eligible for an associate degree and a minimum of 60 credit hours for the Undergraduate degree. A maximum of 60 credit hours can be transferred.

Undergraduates must be in residence for the final 60 hours of course work prior to receiving their degree.

Credit by Challenge Examinations: Students may obtain credit through successful performance on a challenge examination. A student seeking credit by examination must have an exceptional background in the subject and minimum grade point average of 2.75. He or she must first secure written permission from the concerned Dean. If permission is granted the Dean will arrange for preparation of challenge exam and may also require written reports, related supplementary readings, or a term paper if appropriate. Forms for challenge examinations are available with the Registrar’s Office/Communication Center. Students are limited to 9 credit hours by challenge examinations.

Credit for Prior Work/Life Learning: College credit may be earned through the careful academic assessment of prior college level learning acquired through life or work roles or through selected educational programs offered by collegiate organizations. The total of such credit may not exceed 60 credits for undergraduate students.

Admission of Transfer Students: Greenwich University accepts credits earned with a Grade B or above from other accredited universities and from foreign programs.

PLACEMENT TEST:
English, General Knowledge and Mathematics proficiency, are measured by the results of the University Placement Test (UPT) or Institutional TOEFL examination. All students have to appear for an Interview and group discussion with the board as a part of the selection process.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants for admission must follow the following procedure:

1. APPLICATION FORM 

Submit the complete Admission Form along with photocopies of all academic documents, NIC copy and 10 passport size photographs.

WHEN TO APPLY:
Applications must be received on or before the due date as advertised and as mentioned in the academic calendar.
OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS:
All application material (academic records, financial support documents, test scores, reference letters, translations, and other material) submitted in support of an application, become the property of the University and cannot be returned or forwarded elsewhere, except the original documents which will be returned after verification.
20160401-123A9146
123A9233
ELIGIBILITY
Bachelor’s degree in the relevant discipline from any university recognized by the Higher Education Commission, or of a recognized foreign university. Graduates with no background of English may be required to do foundation courses.
CLASSIFICATION OF ADMISSIONS:
There are two classifications of admissions for graduate students: Regular Acceptance and Non-Degree Student Acceptance. Places offered are valid for one semester only, if not taken up, they are forfeited.
REGULAR ACCEPTANCE:
Applicants can be admitted to the graduate degree program if they satisfy the following:

Submission of transcripts and degrees showing that the applicant has received a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college or an equivalent degree from a foreign university. Copies of all official documents and other admission material of these students must be submitted to the Admission Committee along with two letters of recommendation and a personal statement. Other factors, such as GMAT score of at least 400, work experience, academic references and aptitude to succeed in the graduate program, may also be considered.

NON-DEGREE STUDENT ACCEPTANCE:
Greenwich University welcomes those students who wish to take courses without any qualifications as non-degree students. These students, if they wish to change their status, must make a regular application to the University and meet all requirements for admission into the graduate degree program. Non-degree students may apply up to 9 credit hours that they have earned at Greenwich towards a graduate degree program.
RE-ADMISSION AT GRADUATE LEVEL:
Former graduate students, who were in good academic standing, do not owe money to the University, or were not dismissed, may re-enroll at any time during the one-year period following their initial enrollment at Greenwich. Applicants who were previously dismissed must petition the Admission Committee for re-admission. The Committee on the recommendation of the Program Director will take the decision as to re-admittance and will notify the petitioning student. If the student does not re-enroll within a year, application for re-admission must be made to the Admission Committee. Readmits must contact the Admission Office on time to meet registration requirements prior to the term of their intended return.
TRANSFER OF CREDIT/ADVANCE PLACEMENT AT GRADUATE LEVEL:
Incoming graduate students may be given credit awards under any of the following arrangements:

1. Transfer of credits from other institutions, or

2. Credits for prior work/life learning at the graduate level.

Greenwich University accepts up to 9 credit hours of college credits earned with a grade of B or above from other recognized universities and from foreign programs.

Graduate students are limited to a transfer of maximum of 9 credit hours from any course(s) other than Greenwich courses towards a degree. Acceptance of credits that have been earned more than 10 (ten) years ago are subject to review and approval by the Academic Council.

TRANSFER OF CREDIT FROM OTHER INSTITUTION:
Upto 9 hours of credits from other institutions will be allowed by the university on a course-by-course basis in accordance with normal accreditation standards. The acceptability of each credit will depend on the appropriateness of the courses to university curriculum, on their compatibility to courses offered by Greenwich, the period since the course credits were earned, and the grade earned. Only A and B level grades will be considered.
PLACEMENT TEST:
English and Mathematics proficiency, will be determined by the results of the Greenwich Placement Test (GPT). All students have to appear for an Interview and group discussion with the board as a part of the selection process.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants for graduate programs at Greenwich University, should follow the procedure as mentioned below:

1. Application Form: Submit the Graduate Application Form along with photocopies of all academic documents, NIC copy and 10 passport size photographs.

ADMISSION OF TRANSFER STUDENTS:
Transcripts must be received prior to admissions for the purpose of evaluation.
WHEN TO APPLY:
Applications must be received on or before the due date as advertised and as mentioned in the academic calendar.
OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS:
All application material (academic records, financial support document, test scores, reference letters, translations, and other material) submitted in support of an application, become the property of the University and cannot be returned or forwarded elsewhere, except the original documents which will be returned after verification.
20160401-123A9146
123A9233
ELIGIBILITY
Masters Degree in the relevant discipline with a first class (or CGPA of 3.00) from any university recognized by the Higher Education Commission, or of a recognized foreign university.
ADMISSION PROCEDURE:
1. Written Admission Test

2. Interview

HOW TO APPLY:
On being declared successful in both the written test and the interview, a candidate should apply, on the prescribed form, for the M.Phil./Ph.D. program with outline of the subject of thesis, bibliography, and synopsis after which the application shall be scrutinized and recommended by the Board of Advanced Studies and Research.
WHEN TO APPLY:
Application must be received on or before the date as advertised, or at least one month before the commencement of an academic session.
123A9233
CLASSIFICATION OF ADMISSIONS:
There are two classifications of admission. Regular Acceptance and Provisional Acceptance. A placement evaluation is required for all students before being admitted. Places offered are valid for one semester only; if not taken up they are offered to applicants on the wait list.
REGULAR ACCEPTANCE:
Applicants who meet all admission requirements are admitted as regular students.
PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE:
Applicants who are accepted provisionally are those who do not submit official documents or submit incomplete documents. Transfer students who do not submit official documents from the institution previously attended fall in this category.
TRANSFER OF CREDIT / ADVANCED PLACEMENT:
Students may apply for advanced placement keeping in view prior academic qualifications and experiences. Credit can only be confirmed after a student has registered and submitted documentary evidence of academic qualifications or courses taken. The office will determine and award credit. Students should not assume that their academic qualifications will allow them credit till written confirmation has been given.
PLACEMENT:
All students have to appear for an interview and group discussion with the admission board as part of the selection process.
HOW TO APPLY:
All applicants for admission must follow the following procedure:

1. Application Form:
Submit Application Form along with photocopies of all academic documents, NIC copy and 10 passport size photographs.

2. Transcripts:
Arrange to have original or certified copies of transcripts of all previous examination results, and forward it directly to the Office of Admissions.

WHEN TO APPLY:
Applications must be received on or before the due date as advertised and as mentioned in the academic calendar.
OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS:
All application material (academic records, financial support documents, test scores, reference letters, translations, and other material) submitted in support of an application become the property of the University and cannot be returned or forwarded elsewhere, except the original documents, which will be returned after verification.
123A9233