Q1.What is the age limit for the scholarship
Ans. Candidates must be below 30 years of age
on the first of July in the year of application.
Q 2. How can one collect the application form?
Ans. Application forms can be downloaded from
our website (www.met.edu.in) or can be obtained
by writing to Metropolitan Group of Institutes, Mumbai
Office : F.M.House, Plot No.20, 2nd Flr, Vallabhbhai
Road, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai 400 056. Pune : Mittal
Court, 'B' Wing, Office No.19, Ground Floor, Rasta
Peth, Pune 411 011 with a self addressed empty
envelope with Rs.6/- stamp.
Q3. What is the last date of collection and
submission of application forms?
Ans. The last date of collection and submission
of application forms is June 15th every year.
Q4. Are only typed application forms to be
submitted or they can be handwritten also. Can
one apply online also?
Ans. The application form should be preferably
handwritten currently there is no provision for
submission of online applications.
Q5. Which universities/institutions are covered
for the Metropolitan scholarships?
Ans. All Top American, European, Australia and
UK institutions are covered for the Metropolitan
scholarships abroad. In addition, the Foundation
is open to any kind of special projects outside
the traditional University set up.
Q6. Is the scholarship applicable for Undergraduate
Ans. The applicants are expected to have finished
their 10th, 12th or Graduation before applying
for the scholarships. Most Metropolitan awardees
take up graduate studies abroad. Metropolitan
has no bar on the kind or level of degree a candidate
wishes to pursue.
Q.7. How and when are the short-listed candidates
for interviews informed and are the rejected candidates
are also informed?
Ans. The short-listed candidates are informed
about the interviews immediately after the interviews
on parts of documentations, admission and procedures
assume that their applications have not been successful.
Q8. Can the interviews be held by telephone
or through video-conference, in case the candidates
are not in station?
Ans. Shortlisted candidates are required to attend
the personal interviews. There are no provisions
for interviews through telephone or video-conference.
If the short-listed candidate is not able to attend
the interview, his/her case may be considered
in absentia, in exceptional cases.
Q9. What are the documents to be brought at
the time of interview?
Ans. At the time of final interview following
documents are required:
1. Photocopy of undergraduate degree and any later
2. A copy of admission letter (by MET's Colleges)
3. Statement of Fees
4. Any fee concession/waiver of any other source
Q10. Are the candidates given travel fare
and accommodation for the Scholarship Interviews?
Ans. No. The candidates have to arrange for their
travel and accommodation on their own.
Q11. What about those candidates who have
not yet got firm letter of admission from Institute/College/
Universities they have sought admission to by
the deadline of May 15 ?
Ans. The Trust needs clear evidence of admission
before it can process the application. However,
if the final letter of admission takes a bit longer,
some definite evidence of acceptance is necessary.