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Study In India


India is called as the ‘land of diversity’ because we have various types of food, speak different languages, celebrate different festivals, and practise different religions and traditions.

India has emerged as the fastest-growing major economy in the world, and is expected to be one of the top three economic powers globally over the next 10-15 years, backed by its robust democracy and strong partnerships.

The land of the ancient Nalanda University, India, is a rising star in the education world. With over a billion people, countless talents and opportunities, it is just obvious to choose it for your higher education. Whether you are an Indian or some foreigner, Indian universities have something to offer you. Other than that, you get affordable places to live, dine and the chance to travel a lot. Which country in the world has such a diverse culture? You not only learn the subject matter but also gain true practical knowledge. You know how to break the ice.

Advantages of Studying in India - For Foreign Students

  • 1) Affordable Education: Education in India is affordable when compared to a course of the same level in the top world universities. You shell out almost a fourth of what you would have in the USA. Also, the living cost is way lesser than the major world cities. Of course, the places like new Delhi and Mumbai are expensive. But still, they are cheaper than New York and London. The food is always cheap, fresh and easily available. You can get the food to suit your palate. So, for very less money, you can get an education which could have cost too much anywhere else.
  • 2) Some of the Best Universities in the World: India is gradually catching up on the university ranking front. We have some of the best universities in the world. IISc, Bangalore is a premier centre for science research in the world. You can get traditional courses like yoga, ancient martial arts, Ayurveda only in the Indian universities.
  • 3) International Medium of Education: The biggest problem any foreigner faces in another country is language. Thankfully English is the medium of education in most Indian universities. Also, most people especially the students are quite fluent in English. So you will have no problem in mixing up with them.
  • 4) Hospitable Place: India is undoubtedly the most hospitable place in the world. You will get all sort of help from the people around you. Your teachers, friends, colleagues, neighbours and even the people on the streets will always help you. So, you will never feel being away from the home.
  • 5) New Experience: India is one of the fastest growing economies of the world. But it is also home to the second highest economic inequality in the world. You can witness the high rise buildings just next to dingy slums. If you belong to the first world countries, you can never understand the true difficulties faced by poor people. India is the perfect place to learn more about them. You can work in conjunction with the various NGOs, government agencies and research institutes to help overcome this inequality. This will enrich your view of life. You will gain new knowledge and will definitely be better equipped to face the hardest times of life.
  • 6) Spirituality: No matter how much you try to keep yourself away, India will give you a sense of spiritual enlightenment. You will be unable to keep yourself away from the charm of mental peace and tranquillity. You will learn to inculcate the habit of meditating. In, long run, it will help you in coming up with the lifestyle stress and stay healthy.
  • 7) You get to Explore: With cheap living expenses, you can save much to travel through the country. The wide rail network will allow you to travel distances in very less budget. So much travelling will definitely broaden your understanding. India as a nation has a diversity found nowhere else. You can explore the Thar desert and then go for the water rafting over the mighty Ganges in Rishikesh. You will definitely get experiences of your lifetime.
  • 8) Great opportunities for global networking: The connections you make while studying abroad in India do not have to stop with your Indian peers. There are many opportunities to become involved in the public or private spheres as an international student in India, where you can gain practical experience within a deeply enriching work environment. Interning or volunteering in your field of interest in tandem with your studies is a great way to meet new people, contribute to change, and sow the seeds for a future international career.
  • 9) Religious enlightenment: India is a deeply religious place, and whether you are a spiritual person or not, your experiences traveling across the countryside and immersing yourself in the flow of life cannot help but lead to some metaphysical musings. The conversations you will have, the things you will see, the preconceptions you will let go of, your entire trip will make for a quasi-enlightening experience, as the world you thought you knew will change before you. Prior to returning home, you will be equipped with an entirely new perspective on life in our modern age.

Requirements for Indian Student Visa:

To receive a visa, you will need to complete the following steps:


  • 1) Have a written admission confirmation from the Indian University for at least a 6-months-long course.
  • 2) You will also need to justify how you will fund your expenses while studying in India without working in the country. 
  • 3) You need to obtain a No Objection Certificate from the Indian Ministry of Health, which will validate your proper health condition. 
  • 4) You must also provide a written statement that your family members are not from India and do not live in India. If they do, they must assist your expenses in the country. 

Research Options in India:

Long and short-term academic programs are available in India across many universities and educational centers. International students and researchers may apply to BA, MA, Ph.D., and postdoctoral research programs in India. Moreover, summer schools and conferences are other excellent academic activities that make India an attractive destination for scholars and scientists. Many programs also come with fully funded scholarships and fellowships as well as travel grants and financial aid, thus every student, researcher, and professor can always find a suitable program in India and apply.

Not just for academics, India is a great place to learn and explore about Spirituality, Yoga, Ayurveda and Indian culture.



India is the birthplace of yoga. Yoga began in India about 10,000 years ago. Ancient monks and sages developed yoga asanas for the well-being of their bodies. Yoga philosophy is deeply rooted in the culture of India. A Yoga ashram is a place where the practitioner gets a chance to live next to the teacher and follows intensive yoga practice. The Yoga ashram provides a distraction-free environment where everybody has a similar goal of learning and studying yoga. 




In the West, Ayurveda is perhaps most closely associated with oily spa massages, but a trip to India uncovers Ayurveda’s deep roots and diverse techniques. Ayurveda’s tools include herbal extractions, a wide range of body treatments, a light vegetarian diet and yoga.




Spirituality is the connection of the mind and the moment we are at present. Indian system of psychology considers the value of spirituality of humans and its nature, the need for spirituality in daily routine. All these need to be understood and accepted in daily life to give meaning to existence.


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Along with a high level of educational supremacy, Indian universities also offer several scholarships and other financial aid for students facing fund restrictions. Today, India has become quite a popular destination among foreign students to avail of higher education.

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    Top Universities in India

    Indian Institute of Science - Bangalore
    Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
    University of Delhi
    Calcutta University

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