Manipal University has been established under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 vide notification #F9-8/89-U.3 dated 1/6/1993 of the Government of India. All courses offered by the Manipal University conform to the guidelines laid down by the UGC.
All professional courses are recognized by the respective professional bodies.
International Students are not offered any concessions or scholarships. Manipal University is a self-financed university and does not receive any grants from the Government. However, Indian residents can find more about scholarships here.
No. We do not have any management quota. Only two quota's - general quota, admissions of which are based on the ranking obtained by the student in the entrance exam conducted by Manipal University and the other is foreign/NRI quota, where admissions are direct based on merit as per the marks/grades obtained in the qualifying examination (10+2 or equivalent exam).
You can either send an online application or download the application from our website: www.manipal.edu (click ‘Admissions -International Admissions’) or if you want the application form and brochure to be posted/mailed to you, then write to: email@example.com by giving your postal address.
There are 4 separate laboratories for students. In addition, SOLS has more than 10 different laboratories for research purpoIf the application has been sent online, then the required documents can be sent as attachments by e.mail to : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
If the application has been downloaded, then the required documents and application fee as mentioned in the checklist of the application, can be sent by post/courier/speed post to the following address:
Deputy Director, International Admissions
Manipal 576 104, India
You can also first scan the application and the required documents and forward it to: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com and then forward the original application by post/courier/speed post to the above address. ses. To name a few, there are animal and plant tissue culture facilities, microarray facility, mass spectrometry and liquid chromatography facility, X-ray irradiation facility, green house facility and laser spectroscopy facility.
Once you send in your application along with the required documents and application fee, we will register it and allot an application number. Application number will be informed to you by e.mail. In the e.mail, we will also inform you as to when we will be offering the admission letter or if we require some additional information, we will write to you.
No. There is no entrance exam for foreign/NRI quota. Admissions to the MBBS course is based on merit as per the grades/marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the 10+2 or equivalent examination. For all other courses, admission is based on first come basis provided student meets the eligibility requirements.
At MU, we admit students on the basis of merit. Admissions to some courses are based on all-India entrance test scores for Indian students; for others, we consider the score in the qualifying examination.
No. A foreign student (citizen) can study at Manipal only with a 'Student Visa'. If the foreign citizen is of Indian origin, then he/she can apply and get a PIO (People of Indian Origin) Card or and OCI (Overseas Citizen of India). Candidates with PIO or OCI can study in India without a student visa.
You can apply for a Student Visa or PIO or OCI with your nearest Indian Embassy or Consulate. You will have to apply for a Student Visa based on the confirmed admission letter issued by the Deputy Director, International Admissions.
The goal of the research project is to familiarize the students to the research laboratory environment and to train themselves in solving scientific questions in a systematic, approved manner. Towards this, they will be using their knowledge and technical skills gained over the five semesters of study and will be guided by their faculty supervisors. This provides the students valuable research and laboratory experience, improves their technical skills and teaches them valuable analytical skills. It also gives them a slight advantage for their future studies/employment.
No problem, we understand there might be extenuating circumstances that prevent your travel. Your admission formalities can be done by an authorised representative carrying proper authorisation documents, like your parents or even a friend.
Please remember, fees and original documents are required for completing admission formalities.
We think it is a good idea for first year students to stay in the student hostels – it helps them bond together, and that in turn, improves their experience of the MU life. So yes, it is compulsory for a first-year student to live in a hostel.
In exceptional cases, however, permission may be granted by the Dean or Director to stay out of the hostel.