- Go to your email to move YVI emails into your Primary Inbox so that you don’t miss your Decision Letter.
- Complete your YVI Application Process.
How to move YVI emails into your Primary Inbox?
- Go to your Promotions Folder
- Find Yoga Veda Institute’s email
- Click the email and drag into your Primary Inbox
- Search “Yoga Veda Institute” in your email search bar.
- Find and open the email from Yoga Veda Institute.
- Remove the label “Promotions” so that the email lands in your Primary Inbox.
How to complete the application process?
- Schedule a 1:1 Interview with our Director of Admissions.
- Your interview will take between 30 – 50 minutes. Please allow an hour of mindful engagement in the interview process.
- We may request contact information for two individuals who will serve as your references for the program – they will be sent a questionnaire to complete. Please have this information available.
- Proof of high school graduation: diploma or transcript, proof of completion of GED, or homeschool transcript (waived if you have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited postsecondary academic institution, evidenced by official transcripts sent directly from the school);
- Government issued photo ID;
- ALL transcripts for previously attended post-secondary education (college, trade schools, tech schools, universities, etc.). All transcripts MUST be submitted, even if you feel transfer credit will not apply. Official transcripts must be sent for transfer credit evaluations; however, unofficial transcripts will suffice if transfer credit evaluation is not needed/desired by the applicant.
- Native English speaker, or a TOEFL score of at least 88 or a Duolingo English Test score of at least 110;
- Engagement in the Admissions process and prompt response to communication requests from Admissions;
- Participation in Admissions interview.
**Please note, if you are unable to make the scheduled interview time with the Director of Admissions you must cancel within 24 hours. No shows will not be considered for future prospective student interviews as this is considered a breach of academic integrity.