1. Call for admissions
2. Submission of Application Form along with Statement of Intent
3. Admission Exam
5. List of admitted students
- Eligibility 20%
- Statement of Intent 20%
- Admission Test 40%
- Interview 20%
Students awaiting their FA/FSc/A-Level results may apply for admission. Selected candidates will be granted provisional admission only, which may be regularized after they have been declared successful and meet the admission requirements of the university.
The entrance exam will be a multiple-choice paper. Student will have to select the best or correct answer. The exam will assess the following with relevance to
- Candidate’s General Knowledge: historical, regional, social, literary.
- Candidate’s Cognitive ability: perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning.
- Candidate’s understanding of moral/ social issues confronted by architecture today.
- Interview by a panel of Faculty.
To be eligible for admission to the undergraduate program, a candidate must satisfy any one of
the following requirements:
- FA/F.Sc with at least 1st division (60% marks)
- O-levels (in at least 6 subjects for international students and 8 subjects for local students) and
3 A-Levels. Advanced Subsidiary (AS) will not be taken into account. (Candidates scoring an
average C Grade are eligible to apply in each O and A-Level).
- High School Diploma and International Baccalaureate (ID) results with at least 2.67 CGPA
- Equivalence certificate from IBCC for all international qualifications i.e. O-Levels/A-Levels,
High School Diploma, International Baccalaureate, etc.
Fulfillment of basic eligibility requirements or a high academic score in any single discipline or
any other outstanding achievement alone is not sufficient for selection. Candidates and their
parents or supporters who expect their candidature to be strong enough to warrant selection are
advised that the outcome of the selection process cannot be anticipated at any stage.
Experience over the years has shown that competition for admission is intense. Every effort is
made to select students from diverse economic and educational backgrounds. This is done in
the belief that diversity in the student body greatly enriches the educational experience.
Under no circumstance, any student scoring a D grade or below in O or A-level will be eligible
for the admission process even if the average is C or greater.
Note for All Candidates
Candidates are requested to ensure they meet applicable eligibility requirements before
applying. These are listed on the Website in the Admission section. Moreover, candidates are
responsible to complete the application and other requirements according to the published
instructions and time schedule. Beaconhouse National University reserves the right to
admission; to revoke admission and registration if an application is discovered to be inaccurate
or incomplete, or if supporting documents are discovered to be fraudulent. Any candidate who
presents a fraudulent document in support of an application for admission may be identified to
other universities and colleges.
There are TWO Admission Cycles for the Entrance Exam. Early Admissions and Regular
Admissions. If a candidate does not clear the Admission process in the Early Admissions, they
may apply for a re-interview in the Regular Admission. If the Candidate has failed to appear on
the Entrance Exam in the first cycle, they can request to appear in the second cycle (The
decision will be taken by the Admission Committee). The admission granted is valid for that year
only and will not be carried forward next year if the candidate does not avail the admission.
They will have to re-apply next year.
Compulsory readings for Exam and Interview:
In praise of shadows
Beloved City by Bapsi Sidhwa
List of Architects
Research their body of work and study one building in detail for Exam and Interview:
Frank Lloyd Wright
Mies van der Rohe
Mehdi Ali Mirza
Habib Fida Ali
Nayyar Ali Dada
Statement of Intent (300-600 words)
An essay is to be written by the candidate providing an introduction about themselves and their
motivation for becoming an Architect. A full and specific description of the applicant’s motivation
is required to be submitted with the Application. The letter must include statements of goals,
their interests beyond the field of architecture, and their skills. Define key questions, issues that
might be answered, and how they feel that this institute will provide opportunities to fulfill their
This will be submitted with the application form. This submission is weighted heavily during the
application review process.
All candidates have to undertake the entrance exam.
Part A – MCQs
Section A – Mathematics (Intermediate/A-Levels)
Section B – Geometry (Matriculations/O-Levels)
Section C – Physics (Matriculation/O-Levels)
Section D – General Knowledge (National and Global)
Section E – Literature, Arts, Culture (National and Global)
Section F – Architecture (National and Global)
Part B – DRAWING
Part C – MODELING
A small construction (model) to be made using the provided materials.
PART D – WRITING
Candidates will be asked to write about a given topic.
All candidates are interviewed to keep the admission process thorough and to give equal
opportunity to go through the entire process. Interviews are an integral part of the process as it
allows the department to understand the Candidate, their capabilities, and their reasons to join
the field in a candid conversation.
Deadline: September 6, 2022
Admission test date: September 08, 2022
Time: 09:30 am - 05:30 pm
Venue: Room 001 RHSA New Building
Interviews date: Sep 14 - Sep 15, 2022
Time: 09:30 am - 05:30 pm
Display of Merit List: Sep 17, 2022
Last date for registration and fee payment: Sep 22, 2022
Orientation/ Classes: Sep 26, 2022