India has an impressive list of universities and colleges sprawled across its major states and cities, which have inducted numerous foreign students from time to time. With 343 universities and 17000 colleges, India offers a wide spectrum of courses that are recognized globally.
Apart from undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses, there are many training and diploma-level institutes and polytechnics that cater to the growing demand for skill-based and vocational education.
The quality education that India offers is within the reach of every income-group considering the reasonable fee structure. With 66 distance education institutions functioning in 60 universities besides 11 open universities, India has an enlarged outreach of distance education as well.
An international student must have completed 12 years of schooling. International students studying in schools in India, can submit their applications pending the declaration of their Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalent examination results. The marks sheet of the examination should however, be sent within 10 days from the declaration of the result to the: Students Cell, Room No. 1009, Ministry of External Affairs. Akbar Bhavan. New Delhi.
» Direct admission of international students to Engineering, Medical (MBBS), Dental (BDS) or any other medical course offered by public institutions is not possible.
» For students from developing countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America, where facilities for medical education are either inadequate or not available at all, a limited number of seats are reserved in the MBBS, BDS courses. The exact number and country-based allocation of these reserved seats vary annually. Students seeking admission against the reserved seats are required to submit their applications through the Indian missions abroad or through the diplomatic missions of the respective countries in India.
» International students can seek university admission to undergraduate courses in Engineering, Medicine (MBBS) and Dentistry (BDS) in private colleges. Number of NRI / PIO /Foreign quota is limited and rest of the seats is filled by various entrance exams only for Indian students.
» Approximate fee for international students and NRIs seeking admission to MBBS programmes in private medical colleges in India varies from US$ 100,000 to US$ 200,000. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
» 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics & English is required for admissions in engineering colleges in India. Approximate fee for international students and NRIs seeking admission to B.Tech courses in private engineering colleges in India varies from US$ 10,000 to US$ 20,000 per annum.
The academic year in India starts in July/August. Interested students should therefore apply well in advance. For further details, please send your queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
» Delhi University - March 30, 2012
» Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) - March 21, 2012
» Admissions are open until June 30, 2012 in some private colleges and universities in India.
Education consultant in New Delhi helping foreign students get admission to international schools, colleges and universities in India.
» Identifying appropriate course/institution which meets the students needs
» Facilitating determination of eligibility for admission
» Follow-up with the Institutes and arrangement of the provisional admission letters
» Facilitating/obtaining statutory approvals from the concerned authorities
» Receiving the students on arrival in India » To ensure with the Institutes to provide hostel accommodation
» Making arrangements for preparatory courses, private accommodation etc., if required
» Arrangements for vacation plans
» Acting as local guardian
» Assistance in departure formalities