Scholarships and Need-based Support
In keeping with FLAME University’s avowed commitment to promoting academic excellence, and to correspondingly attract the brightest amongst the students seeking admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programs, the University offers an array of merit scholarships and need-based financial support. This is designed to give students an opportunity to further their education at FLAME University. Most prominent amongst these scholarships and support avenues are the full scholarships (full fee waivers) which can be awarded to most outstanding students joining the University.
We, therefore, strongly encourage and recommend that you go through the details below to acquaint yourself with the avenues and opportunities of scholarships and financial aid available at FLAME University. These policies, as part of the University’s endeavor to advance scholarship, are introduced to enable you to pursue a rewarding and world-class education anchored in liberal education with additional opportunities for leadership, training and collaboration across fields.
Merit scholarships at the time of admission
We award a range of merit-based scholarships to the best performing candidates at the time of admissions. The scholarship may range from partial to full fee waivers. The final internal scores in the admission process is the primary consideration for scholarships. The amount of scholarship awarded to an individual applicant shall be informed in the admission offer letter.
Special scholarships through application
We award special scholarships for achievers or outstanding all round performers in diverse fields. You can be eligible to be considered for the scholarship, if you meet any of the following criteria:
- State level, board level or national level rank holder in academics
- Award winners in international/ national/ state level sports events
- National/State level achievers in fields other than academics or sports
Supporting documents shall be required to be considered for this scholarship.
Emergency need-based support
Emergency need-based support may be provided to students who face a financial need caused by circumstances beyond their control. To be eligible for this support, there has to be a loss of funding resulting from a death, serious illness, or any other circumstance which makes it difficult for the student to generate funds on their own.
Supporting documents shall be required to be considered for need-based support.
Merit scholarships for enrolled students
To encourage and reward exceptional academic performance, scholarships may be awarded to students who are pursuing a program at FLAME University, provided they fulfill the following conditions at the time of application for scholarship:
- Rank in the top 5% in their respective batch.
- Have a minimum CGPA of 8.50.
The list of meritorious students shall be prepared on the basis of annual academic performance at the end of every academic year and the eligible students, who are not on any other scholarship, shall be considered for the scholarship award for remaining term of the program.
- Scholarships are awarded for the full duration of the program.
- The Scholarship Committee will review the performance of the scholarship student every term. The continuation of the scholarship is contingent on students maintaining a CGPA of 7.50 (8.50 in case of scholarship awarded under clause ‘Merit scholarships for enrolled students’) or more in every semester of the program in which the student has enrolled. However, taking into account exceptional circumstances, if a scholarship student is not able to maintain a CGPA of 7.50 (8.50 in case of scholarship awarded under clause ‘Merit scholarships for enrolled students’) or more in two consecutive semesters, the scholarship award will be withdrawn for the rest of the duration of the program.
- The selected scholarship student shall work on campus for a minimum of 12 hours per week for the terms in which the student receives the scholarship benefit.
- The scholarship amount will not be paid to the selected student. It will be deducted from the term dues directly.
- In case a scholarship student withdraws from the program, the student has to refund the scholarship amount that FLAME University has already disbursed.
- The Scholarship Committee reviews the scholarships from time to time and reserves the right to alter, modify, change or withdraw any of the provisions and policies.
- Should any of the information given by the scholarship recipient be found inaccurate or false at any time during the program, the scholarship award will be withdrawn and the recipient will either be charged full payment of fees immediately or will be dismissed from the program.