No, students don’t have to declare their major at the time of admission. They will elect their major during the second year after taking a core of arts and science courses.
No, students may only apply in one round. Any duplication of application across rounds will result in its disqualification.
Letters of recommendation are an optional aspect and not mandated to be provided by the student during application. However, the Office of Admissions may reach out to select candidates for recommendations in case certain aspects of their application may require additional support.
No, offline applications are not accepted. Please visit our website to access the online application form.
Krea aims to attract high potential students, to come, learn, contribute and benefit from this wonderful educational experience, regardless of their ability to pay. We follow a need-blind admissions process and a need aware financial assistance process that endeavours to support the financial need of a student who wishes to pursue his/her educational aspirations in the University. Assistance provided will depend on multiple assessment parameters, including the income status of the parents / legal guardian.
Students become eligible to apply for financial assistance via an online financial assistance application form once they have been shortlisted for Stage 2 of the admissions process (KIC Day). Students will receive communication regarding this on their registered email addresses.
Please see Financial Assistance Eligibility under the Admission tab for more details.
We are working on establishing partnerships and are in talks with leading financial institutions to enable students to take out loans.
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