Online Program for Advanced Learners in India
in association with Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)
The Aditya Birla Education Academy (ABEA) and the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) are pleased to cooperate to offer CTY Online courses as part of our commitment to identify and support the needs of advanced learners in India.

By special arrangement, families in India may enroll in the CTY Talent Search and Online Programs at reduced rates through August 2021. Courses are for students in grades 2 through 12 and cover diverse subjects.
CTY offers more than 200 challenging, engaging, and fun online courses, guided by expert instructors who specialize in teaching advanced concepts to bright students. Courses are offered in real-time, independent, and student-driven, collaborative formats, and are open to students in grades 2 through 12 from around the world who qualify through their participation in the CTY Talent Search.
Learn more about CTY courses in computer science, critical reading, engineering, history, mathematics, science, social science, world languages, and writing by attending a virtual information session or visiting CTY's website.

Through ABEA and CTY cooperation, families in India can benefit from a scholarship covering 5% of published course fees and reduced application fees.

This limited scholarship is available only for the first 50 advanced learners who apply to ABEA.
Enroll now & be a part of a world renowned Online Program.
Eligibility:
Students in Grades 2 through 12 with “CTY-level” eligibility in CTY’s Talent Search are eligible to take the courses.
CTY has two eligibility levels—Advanced CTY Level and CTY Level. Within both levels, students can qualify in math (math, science, and computer science courses) or verbal (humanities and writing courses) or both. Please click here to view and understand the eligibility levels: CTY Eligibility

Enrollment Process: (families in India only)
Step 1: Register with ABEA and pay ₹1000 (inclusive of 18% GST).

Step 2: Receive invitation to join CTY Talent Search at no additional cost under special arrangement between ABET and CTY.

Step 3: Register for Testing

Step 4: Testing options will be sent to parents by e-mail. With current health restrictions, families may take advantage of Online SCAT for fee of US$30. Receive Test Scores in approximately 10 business days.

Step 5: Enroll in CTY Online Programs
Eligible students can request enrolment via ABEA in any Online course (Session-based, Individually Paced, L.I.V.E., or Problem Based Learning-PBL) for which they meet the requirements.

Step 6: CTY will inform you by email of course assignment. Courses are filled on a first-come-first-served basis.

Step 7: Complete payment to ABEA.

Step 8: Begin course! You will receive a welcome email from your instructor with course specific information.

Platform:
The Courses will be conducted on CTY’s Learning Management System and Zoom platform.

Technical Requirements:
Students must have computers running Windows or Apple IOS with working camera and microphone. Tablets & Mobiles will not be permitted as a medium for the course.
Johns Hopkins University
About CTY
A world leader in gifted education since 1979, Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is a nonprofit dedicated to identifying and developing the talents of academically advanced pre-university students around the globe. CTY serves bright learners and their families through research, advocacy, and counseling, as well as its signature gifted and talented summer, online, international, and family programs.

Johns Hopkins University (JHU) is a US not-for-profit, founded on the principle that by pursuing big ideas and sharing knowledge, it makes the world a better place. Teaching and research go hand in hand: success in one depends on success in the other, and the university must do both well. In 140 years, JHU has not strayed from that vision. It is a destination for excellent, ambitious scholars and a world leader in teaching and research. Distinguished professors mentor students in the arts and music, humanities, social and natural sciences, engineering, international studies, education, business, and the health professions. Those same faculty members, along with their colleagues at the university’s Applied Physics Laboratory, have made JHU the US leader in federal research and development funding every year since 1979.