No. Student admitted under NRI or NRI sponsored category will continue in the same category even if the status of the sponsorer changes and will continue to pay the course fee and hostel fee in US Dollars till the completion of the course.
If the application has been sent online, then the required documents can be sent as attachments by e.mail to : email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and then forward the original application by post/courier/speed post to the above address.
Once you send in your application and application fee online and required documents as attachment by email, we will register your application and let you know the next process, i.e. inform you as to when the offer letter will be sent it eligible or request for some additional information/documents.
No. We do not have any agents through whom you can apply. Students/ Parents should contact us directly for any information/admission. Manipal University will not be responsible if students have applied through agents and have lost their money.
No. There is no entrance exam for admission under foreign/NRI category for all courses except MBBS and BDS. Admission for all courses is on a first come basis if the candidate meets the eligibility requirements. Admission for MBBS and BDS courses will be made on the basis of the valid score in the All India overall rank obtained in the National eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).
Candidates who write their IB can submit their predicted IB results, GCE 'A' level student should submit 'AS' Level results plus predicted 'A' level results. Candidates following the other systems can submit upto grade 12 semester 1 results.
You can get to Manipal via Mumbai or Bangalore. Mangalore is the nearest airport to Manipal and everyday 8-9 flights fly to Mangalore either from Mumbai or Bangalore. Manipal is 70 kms. from Mangalore. Trains are also well connected to Manipal and the nearest railway stations are at Mangalore and Udupi. Udupi is 5 kms. from Manipal. Overnight buses also ply from Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kerala, etc.
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 from the Indian Embassy or Consulate in your country. Student Visas are issued based on the confirmed admission letter issued by the Deputy Director, International Admissions, Manipal University.
For admissions to the undergraduate courses please contact:
Dy. Director, International Admissions
Manipal 576 104, India
Fax: 91-820-2571908 Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org