Universities in the United States are now accepting applicants from India with 3-year bachelor degrees for admission to graduate programs provided they fulfill the following two conditions:

  1. The degrees have been awarded by an institution accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with a grade of “A” or better.
  2. The applicant must have graduated in Division I (above 60%) or Division 2 (above 50%)

A number of Master’s programs in the United States admit candidates with a 3-year degree from India.

Wright State University according to their new Graduate School policy have started accepting MBA applicants with three-year Indian bachelor’s degrees with Division I and II from colleges accredited by NAAC with a grade of “A” or better.

New Jersey Institute of Technology is welcoming 3-Year bachelor degree applicants to their Master of Science programs in the scientific, engineering or technical fields.

University of New Haven accepts Indian students with 3-year Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Business Administration degrees provided they have graduated in 1st or 2nd division from a NAAC accredited “A” or “A+” grade university.

University of Bridgeport is evaluating 3-year Indian bachelor degrees from universities accredited by the NAAC with a “A” grade or higher as equivalent to a U.S. bachelor’s degree, provided they have graduated in Division I or Division II.

If you hold a 3-year Indian degree and are interested in getting it evaluated for admission to a Master’s program in the United States, please click here to apply for a credential evaluation. We recommend a comprehensive Course-by-Course Evaluation Report.