We at ASU understand that pursuing quality education can be an expensive proposition. However, we strongly believe that limited financial means should not bar meritorious students from receiving an Apeejay education. Financial Aid is available on a merit cum means basis. If you feel you need financial aid, please ensure that you fill the financial aid application along with your admission application. We also coordinate with banking institutions to provide low interest loans.
Our admissions counselors can assist you in exploring a variety of options suited to your individual circumstantial and financial needs. A few of these include:
The Apeejay Stya University offers several scholarships and financial aid on merit cum means basis to students. These are available to students who have achieved certain minimum performance standards in competitive examinations (or qualifying examinations), or to students who are genuinely unable to meet their higher education expenses. If you wish to apply for financial aid, please fill out the financial aid application form downloadable from the ASU website. The admission committee and financial aid committee will evaluate each candidate on a case by case basis.
In remembrance of our Founder Chancellor, Dr Stya Paul, great visionary, philanthropist and freedom-fighter, the Apeejay Stya University proudly announces the “Dr. Stya Paul Memorial Scholarship 2012”. Know more...
Grants and Fellowships
Students applying for Masters and Doctoral programmes are eligible for a number of research grants and teaching fellowships. These range from teaching courses to acting as faculty and research assistants in ongoing projects and academic programmes.
Dena Bank will facilitate the Bank loan on Merit basis.
Documents required for bank loan are:
Bank Address: Dena Bank, Connaught Place Branch, New Delhi -110001
Campus Part Time Jobs
The ASU campus offers a number of opportunities for part-time jobs to all students. These may range from assisting professors in their academics and research pursuits, to openings in staff positions in the university departments. A regular list of campus jobs available to students is published at the beginning of each semester.