Pearl Academy, India’s leading private institution in design, fashion and business, has commenced its admission process for the academic year 2017-18 for its campuses in Delhi, Noida, Mumbai and Jaipur. Students can choose to apply to 3 or 4 years Undergraduate pathway; 1 year or 2 years Postgraduate pathway, and 11 month certificate programs. For the upcoming January cycle of admissions to Pearl Academy, the last date of submission of application forms for applicants is 16th January, 2017.
Keeping in view the tremendous growth of media and communication industry, the institution has launched a new school of ‘Media and Journalism’, which offers following courses:
- Fashion, Media communication (4 year undergraduate pathway)
- Fashion Communication (2 year post graduate pathway)
- Journalism & Mass Media (3 year under graduate pathway) (2 year post graduate pathway)
- Professional Photography (11 months professional certificate)
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For 3-Year/4-Year Under Graduate Pathway: 10+2, or equivalent with minimum 50% marks
For 2 Year/ 1-Year Post Graduate Pathway: Graduate in any discipline from a recognized university
For 11 month certificate Programs: 10+2, or equivalent
Students can download the application form from Pearl Academy’s Official Website. For more information, they can also call on Pearl Academy’s Toll free number-1800 103 3005.
Last date of Application
January 16, 2017
January 28, 2017
The selection will be done on the basis of their academic performance followed by a written admission test and personal interview. The candidates who are in their final year of graduation can also apply. Applicants with minimum qualifying scores in MAT (500 and above), CAT (60% and above) and GMAT (450 and above) will be entitled for the waiver of General Proficiency Test (GPT).
Applicants of PG Pathway in Design streams and UG pathway in Interior Design and Product Design are entitled for waiver of General Proficiency Test (GPT) & Design Aptitude Test (DAT) if they have appeared for CEED 2016/2017 and NATA 2016/2017 respectively. Such applicants will be called for a Personal Interview directly subject to submission of valid scores.
Pearl Academy has also announced to offer upto 50% scholarships to 200 deserving candidates this year. Based on Pearl Academy entrance test results, these scholarships will be offered to new entrants at the time of admission, for first year only. However, Merit Scholarship (Course Toppers) will be awarded annually to students who have topped their respective cohorts.
This year, the institution also witnessed a very successful placement drive across the country, with more than 97 percent of students securing job offers from various corporates & designer brands. Pearl Academy also saw a growth of over 20% in recruiting companies visiting the campus to hire professionals than the previous year.
Scholarships: Up to 50% scholarships to 200 deserving candidates
Also Read: Fee Structure of Pearl Academy
About Pearl Academy
Pearl Academy is India’s leading private institution in design, fashion and creative businesses, and has been a catalyst to success for students across these creative industries over the past two decades.
Founded in 1993, Pearl Academy is today widely acknowledged by the industry for preparing students with relevant practical and theoretical knowledge in various creative domains. Pearl Academy delivers over 30 uniquely designed under-graduate, post-graduate and professional development programs through its campuses in Delhi NCR (East & West), Jaipur and Mumbai. Pearl Academy’s reputation of preparing ‘job ready’ students has been recognized by leading fashion, retail and design brands which has helped in ensuring a steady track record of securing almost 100 per cent placement record for its students.
The institution is backed by the resources and expertise of Laureate International Universities network, a global network of renowned institutions such as London College of Fashion, Domus Academy (Italy), and NABA (Milan) amongst many others.Last Updated - 08 Dec 2016