The Admission Process is a three tier process comprising of the WLC Admission Test (WAT), WLC Professional Test (WPT), Interview and Post Admission Counseling.
You will be informed of the date schedule of the WLC Admission Test by the Admission Committee.
You will be required to take both the WAT and WPT which are collectively of 90 min duration. Subsequently, you will be required to appear in a Personal Interview conducted by the Selection Committee.
WLC Admission Test (WAT)
The test comprises of three sections: Quantitative Ability, Analytical Ability and English Comprehension & Communication.
Quantitative Ability : This section is designed to test the quantitative ability of the candidates. The test consists of matriculation level questions on Fractions, Percentage, Rate of Interest, Work and Task, Ration and Proportion, Distance, Profit & Loss, Algebra, Geometry etc.
Analytical Ability : This section aims at evaluating the candidate's ability to identify the logic or reason involved in a particular problem and applying that logic to solve the problem. Application of creative and lateral thinking of candidates will also be tested.
English Comprehension & Communication : This section aims at testing the verbal and written language skills of candidates. It includes questions on comprehension, vocabulary, synonyms, antonyms, words with corresponding meanings, word substitutes, idioms, phrases and spellings etc.
WLC Professional Test (WPT)
This test will be administered separately for Business and Creative School Students.
Business School Test : This test aims at evaluating the candidate's knowledge and awareness about the national and international business environment. It also tests the candidate's General Knowledge and ability to deal with managerial and other issues through situation analysis.
Creative School Test : This test is administered to assess specific skills of the candidates such as power of observation, innovation, design and drawing abilities. An important aspect of the test is to assess the candidate's usage of color and illustration. Those applying for Media programmes will be tested for analytical writing and comprehension skills. Candidates will also be tested for general knowledge pertaining to their field of interest.
The tests will then be followed by a personal interview. Each candidate will be evaluated for skills and abilities required in his/her chosen field. Candidates will also be judged in communication and social skills, basic knowledge of the courses, clarity of thoughts and personality traits. Candidates applying for programmes in Fashion, Media or Graphic Design can also carry portfolios /examples of work which showcase their visual and writing skills.
The Post Counseling session is an important part of the Admission process as it gives you an opportunity to clarify any doubts that you may have about the programme that you have applied for.
You will be given detailed information on the fee structure, payment plan, loans and scholarships.
If you are offered admission to the programme of your choice, you will be informed of the same by email followed by an official letter of admission. All selected applicants will get the letter of admission which will be sent by courier. Details regarding payment of fees at the time of admission, time and venue for commencement of the academic session will be mentioned in the admission letter.
On selection, you will need to submit a duly filed Registration form along with 2 passport size photographs, attested mark sheets and the registration fees to any of our offices/campuses. Failure to pay the fee within the specified date or report for classes after payment of fee will entail cancellation of admission.