Founded in 2013, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities (JSLH) is the fifth school of O. P. Jindal Global University and is at the center of its vibrant intellectual life. The school provides an interdisciplinary liberal arts education of a global standard. The aim is to educate young adults to become informed citizens of the world who are best equipped to solve the complex problems of our times, approaching them from multiple perspectives and with creativity. Faculty chosen from some of the best institutions across the world facilitate rigorous classroom study combined with experiential learning. JSLH students graduate and go into the world ready for its diverse challenges.
1. A three-year BA (Hons.) in Liberal Arts and Humanities, where students study different foundational courses in the liberal arts and humanities before concentrating on a subject of their choice from eleven possible options. They also have the option of an interdisciplinary major.
2. A unique four-year dual degree program with Rollins College, one of the top liberal arts colleges in the United States. Students pursuing this liberal arts study option would spend two years at JSLH and the next two years at Rollins College. At the end of their studies, they would receive a B.A. (Hons.) in a Liberal Arts from JSLH and a B.A. from Rollins College in a subject of their choice.
10+2 or equivalent (CBSE, ISC, State Boards, IB, Cambridge, and other Government Recognized Boards).
Applicants are selected through a holistic admissions process conducted over three rounds based on a personal statement, supplemental application, X and XII Grade Marks, Faculty Interview, and JSAT Score of 55% or equivalent (SAT, ACT)
BA Honours Liberal Arts and Humanities programme
BA Honours Liberal Arts and Humanities programme focuses on a strong interdisciplinary foundation in the arts, social sciences and humanities subjects, with specialisations in specific areas.
Over the first two years of the Bachelors of Arts degree, students train in the foundational aspects of the liberal arts through core courses in humanities and social sciences. They also study electives at JSLH and across the 10 different schools at JGU. Liberal Arts students do one-month internships between every semester. In the final year of the programme they choose a major – one subject – as an area for concentrated study and they write a thesis.
International Business Literary Studies Philosophy
Political Science Psychology
Environment & Sustainability
Expressive Arts (Visual Arts)
Global Studies .(ICONS)
Applicants are selected through a holistic admission process conducted over three rounds based on
-a personal statement, supplemental application, X and XII Grade Marks, -Faculty Interview, and JSAT Score of 55% or equivalent (SAT, ACT, LSAT-India).
Once the XII Boards Results are confirmed, applicants will be given their Final Offer of Admissions.
English Verbal – 40%
Logical Reasoning – 40%
Quantitative Skills – 20%
Rs. 6,50,000 per annum
Rs. 2,60,000 per annum*
*Subject to an annual increase of up to 10%.