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Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) make it easy for you to find answers to your most pressing inquiries into
the School of Education. If you can't find your answer here, please feel free to contact us or use our site search to
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  • How do I locate a program that’s right for me?

    Search by degree level: Undergraduate Programs, Master's Degree Programs, Doctorate Degree Programs, Certification Programs, and Diploma Program. Before this be sure about your interest. All the best 

  • What are the differences between the certification and degrees offered?

    Certificate programs usually focus on teaching students specific and practical skills related to that career field. Degrees provide a general education in several key subjects and require students to complete a certain number of classes or credits in subjects. For any further clarity please dial our 24/7 student council.

  • What is the difference between "Undergraduate" and "Graduate" degrees?

    Undergraduate programs follow high school and lead to an associate (two-year) degree or a bachelor (four-year) degree. Graduate programs follow a bachelor’s degree and lead to a master’s or doctoral degree.

  • What are the different types of undergraduate degrees?

    Associate: program that either leads to a specific vocation or transitions to a bachelor program. Bachelor: a program where students earn credits in a wide variety of courses.

  • What are the different types of graduate degrees?

    Masters: degree providing additional specialization.
    Doctorate: program certifying the student as a trained research scholar and/or professor.

  • Is it possible to take a professional degree program without first earning a bachelor's degree?

    Yes, but they are highly selective and require a heavy course load across a total of six years of study.

  • Is it possible to obtain a bachelor's degree and a master's degree at the same time?

    In a joint-degree program, students begin a graduate program in their fourth year of college, earning both degrees upon graduation.

  • What is the difference between online studies and distance studies?

    Essentially there is no difference.

  • What is distance education?

    Distance education occurs when a student and an instructor are in different places. Learning occurs by mail, telephone, internet, or by other means. CUNO has a special student portal for this purpose.

  • Is distance learning available at the graduate level?

    Yes, we offer a complete range of distance learning programs from your bachelors to masters to doctorate degrees and even various sort of diplomas and certification.

  • Is the transfer application process possible here at CUNO?

    Yes, we do provide the facility of credit transfer.

  • What is the transfer application process?

    You must fulfill the requirements of a freshman applicant, as well as any supplemental information required by the transfer institution.

  • Is CUNO an accredited University?

    Yes, we are an accredited university. CUNO is recognized by different local and international accredited bodies.

  • How many types of scholarship programs CUNO offers?

    We offer a various and diversified range of scholarship programs you can have a look at them on our scholarship page.

  • Are Scholarship programs only valid for students excelling in academics?

    No, we have various other scholarship program offerings like Athletic, Women empowerment, social work, military, etc.

  • What are the eligibility criteria for attaining scholarships?

    Every scholarship program has different eligibility criteria. You can have a look at it on our scholarship page.

  • Are International Students eligible for Scholarship?

    Yes, they are completely eligible. We have certain completely designated scholarships for our International Students.

  • Can I avail two scholarships at a time?

    You may be eligible for two scholarship programs but you can’t avail yourself two at a time. You will be provided with the scholarship providing maximum leverage in tuition fees.

  • If I become a student referral, would that earn me a scholarship?

    Yes, it would benefit you and the referred both.

  • How do I finance my studies?

    You can work as a full-time employee and continue your studies too without any juggling. Our scholarship programs will make your life easier though!

  • Where can I get complete information about my tuition fee?

    You can directly visit our website to get the details of each and everything relevant to your academics. For any further assistance please contact our Student Advisors.

  • Can I pay my fees in installments?

    CUNO has a very flexible and convenient payment plan.

  • Is there any further cost?

    No there is no extra cost incurred you will get your lectures online and also your study material.

  • What happens if I have domestic or work problems and I am unable to cope with the study and the coursework?

    As our program is flexible, short periods of being unable to study because of work or domestic problems can be easily accommodated. We recommend keeping in touch with you at all times so they can offer you advice.

  • As International Students is there any extra fund we need to pay?

    No. For us, all our students are equal and are provided with equal opportunities in every facility.


We consider this as our prime responsibility to provide quality and top-notch education to our students across the globe.