India is known globally for its affordable and economical living standards, especially for international students.
It is imperative that you gauge and allocate budget for living costs, education costs, insurance and miscellaneous expenditure.
While education costs are further categorised as admission fees, tuition fees and educational supplies, travel expenses
would usually include visa permits and airfare. Major living costs include accommodation, food, transport, and other
personal expenses. We encourage you to take health insurance during your stay in India. We also advise you to calculate
a budget for domestic travel, to explore the many sides of our country!
To ease your student budget, the Study in India program offers scholarships and its partner institutes offer tuition
STUDY IN INDIA SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarships worth INR 250,000 per annum are awarded to exemplary students applying to the Study in India program. The
scholarship covers tuition, accommodation, food and admissions costs. It does not include expenses such as conveyance,
airfare, stipend, exam fees, allowance, and other similar expenses.
To know more about the Study in India Scholarship,
The program’s partnered institutes have approximately 30,000 tuition fee waivers in the ranges of 25%, 50% and 100% to
offer. Meritorious students are awarded tuition fee waivers, based on the student’s performance and the eligibility
criteria as set by the institutes. The number of fee waivers granted and the eligibility criteria to acquire a tuition
fee waiver vary from institute to institute.
This is to inform that Study in India/ EdCIL (India) Ltd. is currently not associated with any educational consultant/ agents anywhere in the world. If someone promises a seat in exchange for money, please refrain from entering into any such transaction as Study in India does not charge anything for seeking admission through the portal
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