World University of Design also accepts SAT scores for admission in Undergraduate programmes. The SAT score will be accepted for both the Early and Regular Admissions window. The cut-off score for SAT will be in line with our shortlisting criteria for Undergraduate admissions. Currently, the SAT is conducted 4 times in a year (May, October, December and March) in over 40 cities and 80 test centers across the country. You can find available test centers to sit for the SAT in your area by filtering on India (or the country where you’d like to test) in this list:

The Designated Institution (DI) code is <7697>. All applicants applying with SAT score need to send us their official transcripts using this code.

 To see SAT test dates and deadlines or to register for an upcoming SATexam, see here:

College Board India Scholars Program

Students in India who score 1350 or above on the SAT® will be recognized as Top Performers by the College Board at the end of April on an annual basis. Top Performers who demonstrate significant financial need, defined as family income less than INR 4,00,000 per annum, are eligible to receive a full tuition scholarship for the entire duration of their programme of study. The family income will be verified by scholarship administration partner, Buddy4Study.

 Read more about the College Board India Scholars Program here

Other Support by College Board for SAT exam

For the 2018-19 testing year, fee reduction vouchers will be available to all students in India from low-income backgrounds who meet the annual family income criteria set by the College Board. Students will have to apply at Buddy4Study for the fee reduction vouchers.

Request for SAT Fee reduction voucher - 

for eligible students appearing for the December 2018 and March 2019 test.

All the information provided here is for reference purpose only. The scholarship details provided is sourced from the website of Buddy4Study. The College Board has engaged Buddy4Study, the scholarship platform to distribute SAT fee reductions to low-income students across India.