We have put together here some frequently asked questions about Manipal University Jaipur.
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If the courses you have opted for fall in the same group, then by all means, go ahead and state your choices in one single application form.
However, if you opt for courses in different groups, then you will need to fill out separate applications.
Each program has a separate fee that you can find on that specific page.
The fee has to be paid on the day of counselling/admission.
There are a number of scholarship options for studying various programs at MUJ that you can find on the specific program page.
MUJ is a residential institute and all students who are admitted are accommodated in hostels. You can find out more about our hostel accommodation here Hostels.
We do not have any management quota, or reserved / donation seats or payment seats of any kind whatsoever. We grant admission purely on the basis of merit.
We have a general quota, wherein students are admitted on the basis of their rank in our online entrance test. The other category is the foreign / NRI quota, wherein students are admitted directly, based on the marks/grades they obtain in the qualifying examination (10+2 or equivalent exam).
No. An NRI-sponsored student’s course/tuition fee needs to be paid in USD, and must be wire-transferred from the sponsor’s bank account to our admissions office.
No. You need a Student Visa to study at Manipal University Jaipur. If the foreign citizen is of Indian origin, then he/she can get a PIO (People of Indian Origin) Card or an OCI (Overseas Citizen of India) Card. Students with a PIO or OCI card can study in India without a student visa.
You can apply for a Student Visa or PIO or OCI at your nearest Indian Embassy or Consulate. You will need to submit the admission confirmation letter issued by the Director, Admissions, Manipal University Jaipur.