Our students have got placements in some of the best universities in India and abroad. Not only the students going abroad but even those staying in India have got confirmed admissions even before the results. This goes to show that a large number of our DP students are being placed in India. It is important for parents to note this since many of us seem to have a perception that students of IBDP do not have higher education opportunities in India.
The admission process is yet to start for Indian colleges and many colleges abroad have extended their decision deadlines so the final offers will be updated here as soon as we get final confirmation from the students for their pending applications for review.
The details given below show the offers received by students as of 15th Apr 2021 from the universities in India and abroad.
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Placement Update - University of California Irvine, University of Nottingham
Ananya Manish Jain
Placement Update: University of New South Wales (UNSW), University of Toronto (recipient of International Scholar Award - $92500 total and the University of Toronto Scholar - $7500 one year), University of Technology Sydney (Scholarship - CA$ 68000 total), University of Sydney, University of Adelaide, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Boston University -Kilachand Honors College, University of British Columbia (Scholarship - CA$ 80000 total), Plaksha University (Scholarship - 50% Tuition Fee), New York Institute of Technology (Scholarship - $25000 Total), The Australian National University, The University of Western Australia (Scholarship - 25% Tuition Fee), University of Warwick
Ananya Mehul Jain
Placement Update: University of Cambridge, University College London, King's College London, University of Warwick, University of Toronto, St. Geroge (recipient of International Scholar Award - $90000 total and President's Scholar of excellence - $10000 one year), University of Toronto, Mississauga (recipient of President's Scholar of excellence - $10000 one year), New York University Gallatin School of Individualized Study
Placement Update - University of Houston, University of San Francisco, University of Southern California, University of Texas, Austin
Placement Update - University of California, Davis, Brunel University London, University of Liverpool, The University of Sheffield
Placement Update - North Carolina State University, Purdue University
Placement Update - The State University of New York at Albany (recipient of the Dean of International Education Excellence Award - total award of $36,000)
Placement Update - University of Portsmouth, University of Delaware, University of South Carolina, University of Cincinnati (scholarship - $5000 per year),
Placement Update - University of Bath, Loughborough University, University of Warwick
Placement Update - Purdue University, Denison University, Mount Holyoke College
Placement Update - University of Manchester, University of Bristol, University of Birmingham, Newcastle University (recipient of Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship - £4,000 tuition fee awards)
Placement Update - FLAME University
Placement Update - Ryerson University, Simon Fraser University, University of Western Ontario, University of Guelph
Placement Update - Penn State University, Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Rutgers University (Scholarship - $5500)
Placement Update - University of Massachusetts Amherst
Placement Update - Emory College of Arts & Sciences - Emory University (Scholarship - $100000), Oxford College - EmoryUniversity, Duke University, Northeastern University, Tufts University, University of Southern California, Washington University in St. Louis
Placement Update - Arizona State University (Scholarship - $15000 Per Year), Savannah College of Art and Design (Scholarship - $24000 Total), University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Brunel University London, The New School - Parsons School of Design (Scholarship - $6000 Per Year)
Placement Update - Northeastern University
Placement Update - Babson College, Indiana University Bloomington
Placement Update - University of San Francisco
While most students of the graduating class have secured placements in colleges in India and abroad as per their preferences, due to the delay in admission processes as well the pandemic, some students haven’t yet made their final decisions. Normally 40-50% of students go to colleges abroad but this year we expect it to be lesser. Some students who have got offers from universities abroad are either deferring their admission or choosing India given the pandemic situation. The current final placement details can be seen below.
|Details||No. of students|
|Students who got confirmed placements in India||43|
|Students who got confirmed placements abroad||10|
|Students who are going to take a gap year (These students are clear about taking a gap year to explore their interests, to build skills, or planning to apply in the next intake or prepare for entrance exam)||2|
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