ULSAT 2019 Eligibility

Exam Date : 13th May 2019 To 19th May 2019
Result Date : 5th June 2019

Eligibility criteria for ULSAT 2019:

Age Limit:

  • Undergraduate Law Courses: Candidates must be born on or after 1st October 1997. 

Programme Admission Criteria Eligibility Criteria  Duration
LL. B (Hons) with B.A
Board Merit / CLAT AIR
Merit/ L-SAT India Merit
followed by Group
Discussion & Interview
Minimum 50% Aggregate in 10th & 12th
5 years
LL. B (Hons) with BBA 5 years
LL. B (Hons) with BCom 5 years
LL. B (Hons) with B.Sc Minimum 50% Aggregate in 10th & 12th Minimum 50% aggregate in
PCM/PCB in 12th
5 years
LL. B (Hons) with B.Tech UPES Engineering
Aptitude Test (UPESEAT)
followed by Centralized
Minimum 50% Aggregate in 10th & 12th Minimum 50% Aggregate in PCM in 12th 6 years
  • Candidates with CLAT AIR up to 10,000 / L-SAT India Percentile of 60 percentile or above / 85% marks in 10th and 12th main 5 subjects (English is compulsory) will be exempted from ULSAT and will be invited directly for GD and Interview.

  • For B. Tech LLB (Hons), candidates with CLAT AIR up to 10,000 / L-SAT India score of 60 percentile or above / 70% marks in 10th, 12th and 12th PCM will be exempted from UPES-EAT and admissions will be done through Merit Ranking.

  • It should be noted that only up to 20% seats shall be filled through Board Merit/ CLAT AIR/ L-SAT India Category and the rest of the seats are filled through ULSAT. 

Eligibility for Post Graduate Courses:

  • The entrance test ULSAT for PG-LLM has the pattern, the application and admission process similar to that of ULSAT UG.

  • The candidates must have passed the following with the minimum of 50% aggregate,

    • Higher & Senior Secondary level (X & XII) Or equivalent,

    • LLB Degree Or equivalent.

  • The LLM course is of one-year duration

  • The specialisations offered in LLM are 

    • Energy Laws,

    • Business Law,

    • International Economic Law and

    • Law & Technology.

  • For foreign students seeking admission to the postgraduate program (LLM), the equivalence for the undergraduate degree earned by the candidate in his/her country shall be obtained from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). In certain cases, students may be requested to obtain the necessary certification from (AIU).

  • The minimum percentage criteria for them is GRE Score of 1700 (cumulative).


Eligibility for Foreign National Students:

  • UPES must be satisfied that candidates applying for admission to undergraduate programs must have obtained higher secondary school certificate (with the minimum percentage of marks as prescribed) and also taken requisite courses necessary to meet the eligibility criteria for the program of admission.

  • For all the LLB courses, students must have a minimum SAT score of 1500.

  • Students from non-English speaking countries should satisfy UPES that they have adequate proficiency in English. If required, an undertaking from such students shall be taken to undergo the English language training for a specific period (depending on the proficiency to be assessed by UPES on arrival) before starting the actual program of admission.

  • For such students qualifying TOEFL/IELTS or equivalent may not be mandatory but strongly advised.

  • Students must possess a valid passport for the duration of the study.

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