Round 1 Process applications for 2020 intake will be closing just after Class XII board exams
New Delhi, February 10, 2020: Round 1 Process for applications to get admission into the undergraduate & graduate programmes of Indian School of Business & Finance (ISBF), New Delhi, will be closing just after the Class XII board examinations end on April 6, 2020.
Admission in London School of Economics (LSE) led programmes
ISBF is one of the top five Featured Teaching Institutions of The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). All undergraduate programmes are taught with academic direction from LSE, and the degree is awarded by the University of London.
This will be the first window to apply for these LSE-led undergraduate programmes after the students complete their season of board examinations!
London School of Economics (LSE) led programmes, Application, Eligibility
ISBF has only 100 seats left for the 2020 intake across five undergraduate programmes:
· BSc (Hons) Economics
· BSc (Hons) Economics & Finance
· BSc (Hons) Economics & Management
· BSc (Hons) Business & Management
· BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance
Students pursuing Accounting & Finance in ISBF will also be eligible for exemptions in eight out of 13 examinations of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
ISBF follows a rounds-based rolling admissions policy, which means that other things equal, applicants of earlier rounds have a higher likelihood of being accepted into the programme of their choice. It also means that applications will be closed as soon as all seats are filled.
Every admission round comprises of three steps:
Step 1: Filling the Application Form
Step 2: Appearing for the ISBF entrance test iMET for undergraduate admission, based on which candidates will be shortlisted for the next step (PI)
Step 3: Appearing for the Personal Interview (PI)
LSE Eligibility for applying
All candidates who have completed Class XII, or will be completing it in 2020, are eligible to apply for the undergraduate programmes, irrespective of their stream, or combination of subjects, in school, provided that they had Mathematics up to Class X. Additionally, applicants to the BSc (Hons) Economics and BSc (Hons) Economics & Finance programmes must have Mathematics in Class XII.
Students can submit their applications at: