Applicants must have a 10+2 or equivalent degree in any discipline with a minimum aggregate of 45% or minimum 2.0 GPA in aggregate with minimum D+ in all the subjects. For CBSE (India), minimum 45% in the aggregate marks. Similarly for Advanced Level, minimum Grade D in three subjects. Likewise for other streams, as per KU policy. Students must pass the KUSAAT examination. Applicants who have passed Class XI and are waiting for Class XII results can also apply for provisional admission. However, they will have to produce the proof of having passed the exam within 15 days of publication of the result.
Candidates waiting to improve grades in their non graded subjects (2 subjects ) can also apply and take provisional admission. However, they need to submit their make-up grades during the Kathmandu University registration process. Failing to do so will result in cancellation of provisional admissions.
Students are required to give KUSAAT (Kathmandu University School of Arts’ Admission Test), the details of which are as follows: KUSAAT is an entrance exam (Physical or Online) conducted by KUSOA (Kathmandu University School of Arts) in cooperation with affiliated colleges and programs.
KUSAAT consists of 4 sections, GK, Math, English and Nepali followed by interview (Physical or Online)
After successfully passing KUSAAT, students will be eligible to get admissions into Bachelor in Development Studies (BDevS), Bachelor in Development Finance (BDFin) and Bachelor of Social Sciences (BoSS) in National College, Dhumbarahi