Studying in India

Universities in India

Why study in India?

As one of the world’s fastest growing economies India may be a suitable destination for overseas study.

Entry and visa regulations

A visa is needed to study in India.

India is a country undergoing significant development and that includes the establishment of educational institutions.

Funding your study

To study at an Indian Institute of Technology you will need to pay international student fees.

India is a part of the Commonwealth and as such, scholarships may available for UK students wishing to study abroad in India through the Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Is there part-time work?

Here are some approximate prices of how much things will cost (GBP, March 2015):

Health and safety

Both health and travel insurance are essential, as are vaccinations for conditions such as hepatitis A, malaria and typhoid.

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