Students must have completed high school/secondary school/junior college or some equivalent form of secondary education and placed in the top 25% of their class. Students are shortlisted on the basis of their Year 10 or most recent Board exam (taken in the past 2 years) and SP Jain Entrance Test (SPJET) or SAT score.

Indian applicants

  • All India Senior School Certification Examination (CBSE), India School Certificate (ISC) Year 12 exam, or Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) from the Indian State Boards: minimum score of 70%
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma: minimum score of 30 points (from at least six subjects, with three at higher level)

Australian applicants

  • NSW Higher School Certificate or its interstate equivalent: minimum ATAR of 85
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma: minimum score of 32 points (from at least six subjects, with three at higher level)
  • Completion of an approved course at the level of Certificate IV taken at a registered provider of technical and vocational education in NSW or its interstate equivalent
  • Possession of qualifications deemed equivalent to either of the above three points

International applicants

  • International Baccalaureate Diploma: minimum score of 32 points (from at least six subjects, with three at higher level)
  • A Levels: minimum of grades B, B, B in 3 Advanced level subjects in the same sitting

English language requirements

All students are expected to demonstrate an acceptable proficiency in English. This is assessed during the evaluations. Students who have not been educated in English must have acceptable English language scores:
  • IELTS overall score of 6, with no band less than 5.5
  • TOEFL iBT score of 60 overall, with no band less than 20
  • PTE score of 50, with no band less than 45
A student needs to submit only one application. In fact, duplication of applications may lead to a student's form/admission being disqualified.
It is not necessary to have Year 12 results in hand at the time of application. In case the Year 12 results are not in hand, selected students will be offered conditional admission to the program.
Students need to take either the SAT or the SP Jain Entrance Test (SPJET). The minimum entrance test score required is:
  • SAT score of 1250
  • SPJET score in the 70th percentile
It is rare for SP Jain to admit students with lower scores, but we do consider all factors including academic performance and extracurricular achievements. 
The admissions team shortlists applications based on past academic performance, entrance test scores, English language proficiency and other achievements.
If your application has been shortlisted, you will be called for further evaluation at one of our campuses or via Skype.
Shortlisted students are required to pay an evaluation fee of USD 55 prior to requesting for an evaluation date.
You will be emailed an admission decision approximately a week after the evaluation.



  • Visa for Australia – students are responsible for obtaining the visa. S P Jain will facilitate and assist with necessary documentation required for this. Visa fees must be borne by students as applicable.
  • Visas for Singapore and Dubai – S P Jain will process visas for Singapore and Dubai on receipt of all fees.
  • The visa must be cancelled on completing Year 2 in Dubai. The visa charge includes a cancellation fee.
  • Students are required to demonstrate sufficient funds to cover their expenses towards tuition fees, living, travel and/or any other personal expenses. It is important for students to fully understand eligibility and application process for issuance of student visas.
  • Full details on student visas for Australia are available on


  • Costs included for insurance are indicative for Dubai and Sydney. Actual costs will be determined/billed at the commencement of each year.


  • Registration fees are payable each year along with the first semester fees for the year.
  • Tuition fees are to be paid in 2 instalments - 50% per semester.
  • All other fees are to be paid prior to the commencement of the course/academic year.
  • Fees are payable at S P Jain's Dubai campus.
  • All airfares would be borne additionally by students.


Housing costs indicated for Sydney are indicative and actual costs will be determined/billed at the commencement of Years 3 and 4.


  • It is not mandatory for students to stay on campus in Singapore, Dubai and Sydney but it is highly recommended.
  • If a student wishes to, s/he can make his/her own accommodation arrangement.
  • Housing through S P Jain would be on a first-come first-serve basis.
  • Housing fees for the entire year (Academic year 2016-17) are to be paid by August 1, 2016. Fees cannot be paid per semester.
  • Interest at the rate of 15% pa would be charged for payments received after August 1, 2016.
  • Student Housing Fees once paid would not be refunded under any circumstance.
  • Accommodation would be made available 2 days before the start of orientation and up to 2 days after the end of the academic year.
  • If a student requires housing during the semester/summer break, s/he would have to inform the School in advance and the School would try and accommodate the stay.
  • There would be an additional cost for stay during the semester/summer break.
  • The student housing fees do not include meal costs.
Normally SP Jain selects students with a high academic performance. However, if you do not meet the entry requirements you can still apply and SP Jain will consider other factors, like presentation and communication skills and extracurricular activities.
Yes, you can still apply. However, you will need to have a passport by August 1 in order to apply for a student visa.
Yes. Students with verifiable college/university credits can join SP Jain in their second year.
While SP Jain does not require students to take an English language test at the time of admission, it is a mandatory requirement for an Australian student visa to have an English language score. Full details can be found on the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
Yes, SP Jain holds several interactive sessions for students, where they are able to interact with the program personnel and ask questions. For more information, see Information Sessions.


September intake: admissions open until 31 July, 2016


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