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Your Regional Team
Our regional team make regular visits to India throughout the year and are able to help answer any questions you might have about our London programmes, studying with us, the application process and much more.
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Ulster Proposed International Entry Qualifications
All students applying for an Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree or the Graduate Certificate at QAHE are required to meet our standard English Language Requirements.
Students must also provide evidence that they satisfy the requirements for Maths (i.e. equivalent to a Grade C in GCSE. For students presenting qualifications from India, they must have at least 50%/55% in Maths as part of the HSC (70% in Maths for BSc Hons Accounting and Management).
International Foundation Programme
Applicants must have completed the HSC (year 12) with grades of 50% or above to include 50% in English and Maths.
Applicants must have completed the HSC (year 12) as outlined below
The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), Calcutta Board, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Maharashtra – 60% or above, to include 50% in Maths and English
All other examination boards – 65% or above, to include 55% in Maths and English OR
Applicants must have completed the SSC (year 10) with good grades to include Maths and English with a minimum of 60% AND hold a minimum of 3 A Levels For advanced entry to an Undergraduate Degree Programme:
If applicants have completed a 3 year Diploma in the relevant subject they may be considered (at the School’s discretion) for advanced entry, second year.Grading System:
Grading of Central Board
85%+, 80‐85%, 70‐ 80%
Excellent, Superior, Very good
one, two, three
60% ‐ 70%
50% ‐ 60%
40% ‐ 50%
35% ‐ 40%
Bachelor’s degree (Honours or Special) ‐ Second Division (minimum length 3 years) OR
Bachelor’s (Ordinary) Degree ‐ at least 60%
Students with a lower score may be considered for the Graduate Certificate in Business