SFS Scheme for Foreign Students
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The Self-Financing International Students’ Scheme provides facilities to those students who would like to fully finance their studies, stay and meet all other expenses by themselves.

Foreign students are required to apply directly to the university concerned, which would then issue a provisional admission letter, depending upon the eligibility. Based on the admission letter, a student visa is issued by the Consulate. No international student can be admitted to any university or college without a student’s visa. A valid residential permit in India, granted for studies is treated at par with a student’s visa.

Most of the public/private universities in India are open for foreign student registration. Students can browse their websites and download the application form. To be considered for enrollment of Indian Universities all documents have to be translated into English such as; birth certificate, diploma certificate, academic record, etc. and it should be send to the Foreign Students Registry by courier or submit it directly.

SELF-FINANCING
Direct Admission of Student Abroad [DASA] Scheme
Under the Direct Admission of Students Abroad (DASA) Scheme, online applications at www.dasanit.org are accepted with effect from 1 April 2013. National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK), Surathkal is the designated Coordinating Institute for facilitating admission of eligible Foreign Nationals/Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) & Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) to Under-Graduate engineering programs as well as Post-Graduate porgrammes (M.Tech & MBA) in premier technical institutions in India.

These premier technical institutions include 28 National Institutes of Technology (NITs), 3 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and 5 Centrally-Funded Technical Institutions in India. The NITs and IIITs are declared as Institutes of National Importance by an Act of Parliament and the Centrally-funded technical institutions are Deemed Universities, which are among the top-ranked institutions in India in both teaching & research and their graduates are assured of a rewarding professional career. The alumni of these Institutions have excelled themselves in various fields of Science, Technology & Management in various parts of the world.

Candidates interested to apply under DASA Scheme must appear in SAT Examination and should have a minimum total valid score of 1440 in SAT Subjects Tests (Mathematics Level-II, Physics & Chemistry).

Since the academic year 2011-12, a DASA Scholarship Scheme for Under-Graduate Programmes has been introduced, which offers a 25% tuition fee waiver during the first year for the top two meritorious candidates. The candidates have to pay the full fee along with the application and get the reimbursement of this tuition fee waiver after the admission process is over. This Scholarship is for the first year only.

For further details refer to the admission brochure on the DASA website: www.dasanit.org .

Admission Brochure for Under-Graduate Engineering Programme under DASA 2013-14

Admission Brochure for Post-Graduate Programmes (M.Tech & MBA) under DASA 2013-14

Self-Financing Scheme for Foreign Students for Admission to MBBS/BDS, Bachelor of Engineering (B.E), Bachelor of Pharmacy, Diploma in Engineering and Diploma in Pharmacy against reserved seats

Applications under this Scheme from the Ministry of External Affairs are invited in January every year for facilitating admission of foreign students for under-graduate courses in MBBS/BDS, Bachelor of Engineering (B.E), Bachelor of Pharmacy, Diploma in Engineering and Diploma in Pharmacy against reserved seats on self-financing basis. Applications need to be submitted to the Consulate General of India in Bali by 30 April.

Details of the scheme, including the eligibility criteria, participating colleges and other terms and conditions, can be perused in the following document :

Information Brochure for Self Financing Scheme

List of Medical Colleges

List of Colleges for B. Pharmacy

List of Engineering Colleges

Undertaking

Application Form for Self Financing Scheme

Admission to Universities and colleges in India on SELF-FINANCING basis

Foreign students can obtain admission in various universities and colleges in India on their own, after satisfying that they fulfill the eligibility criteria for their course of study in their preferred University. The Foreign Students Registry in each University details the requirements for their study programmes. It is advisable to visit the official websites of the concerned University to ascertain the eligibility criteria for the course for which the student wishes to pursue study in India.

The students must also satisfy themselves about the recognition/affiliation of the concerned University/College, before applying for the admission. The students who have passed SMA/SLTA/Senior High School/Secondary School Advanced stage exams of Indonesia are eligible to apply for university education in India.
For further clarifications/elaboration, the Education Wing (edu@cgibali.in) of the Consulate may be contacted.

Information Brochure for Foreign Students planning to study at University of Delhi
Important Information for Foreign Students at University of Delhi
List of Universities/Colleges in India

Admission to Schools, including vocational institutions, in India

Foreign students can obtain admission in various schools in India upon fulfilling the eligibility conditions. However, before seeking admission, the students and their parents must satisfy themselves that the School is duly recognized by the concerned institutions of the State Government or the Central Government and their courses of study are approved by the concerned statutory authorities.



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