Discover Cornerstone

Financially possible:

Cornerstone open door for everyone, making study abroad available to all. Studying part in India and part abroad brings down your international tuition fee and living expenses less by 70%.

Beat Unemployment:

Cornerstone taught qualifications are designed by the employers to develop a skilled workforce. Thanks to Alstom, Siemens, BMW, Jaguar Land Rover, Railtrack, Eaton, GEN2, CompTIA, CISCO, VMware and other professional bodies and universities for their contribution collaborating with Pearson in developing the curriculum.

Going global:

Qualification taught at Cornerstone is comparable to first two years of a degree program offered in America, Canada, UK, Europe, Asia Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. There are more than 750 universities in 100 countries accepts you on to year three or final year of a degree program.

The Ivy League:

Pearson qualifications are accepted in Ivy League universities such as Oxford University, Harvard University, Yale University, Cambridge University, Stanford University, Nanyang University, National University of Singapore in addition to 700 more universities in 100 countries.

Practical learning:

The only institution in the region to grade students based on coursework (Assignment). We assess a student based on their coursework giving continuous feedback on their learning. The course work provides the students to take time and research the topic thoroughly, but not the examination method which is purely memorising test.

Tagging with friends:

Moving abroad alone will be daunting, but studying two years at Cornerstone, then making your move is enjoyable, because you will travel with the bigger group/class going together with you to the destination abroad.

National recognition:

Indian became a permanent signatory member of Washington Accord on 13th June 2014. Thus foreign degree offered by other signatory members in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Turkey, United States and the United Kingdom are considered recognised in India and comparable to Tier 1 status.