Edtech platform Unacademy is set to conduct an Unacademy National Scholarship Admission Test (UNSAT), its first offline test to support learners. The test will be conducted on June 4 and 5 across 40 key educational hubs in India across Delhi, Kota, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Visakhapatnam, and others. UNSAT will be open to all the aspirants of NEET-UG, IIT-JEE, and Foundation (IX-XII) courses.
Learners can utilise the scholarship to enrol for Unacademy Centres and online subscriptions. Based on the performance, the applicants will be eligible for up to 90% scholarship. The scholarships and rewards for all eligible Learners are worth Rs 150 crore.
UNSAT will be a significant step forward in Unacademy’s efforts to build an organised offline infrastructure as the brand will soon be launching offline Unacademy Centres across the country. The learners who qualify UNSAT will be eligible for enrolment in the upcoming centres across Kota, Jaipur, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Patna, Pune, Lucknow, Delhi, and other upcoming centres.
The scholarship entrance exam will improve the overall learning experience by making it more accessible to learners and empowering them to engage in their desired course. This initiative aims at curating a platform of opportunities for learners across the country, who are seeking advanced learning options in the offline and online scenarios. To apply for the test, learners have to pay a nominal registration fee. Interested candidates may register on or before June 2 at the registration link: https://unacademy.com/scholarship/UNSAT.