Admission to Undergraduate, Postgraduate, MPhil, Ph.D., Diploma, and Certificate courses is going to start for the academic session 2021-22 for foreign students in Delhi University. Foreign students will be able to apply online in various courses from the first week of April through the Delhi University online admission portal.
The special thing is that the same common form can be used for the application of Undergraduate, Postgraduate, MPhil-PhD, etc. The DU administration has prepared the guidelines related to the admission.
Students can apply for postgraduate courses by June 29.
Under the online application process, foreign students can fill the admission form for MBA, PG, UG, Ph.D., Diploma, and Certificate courses by registering for free online.
The last date to apply for different courses varies. This time the application process will be finished soon.
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DU Deputy Dean (Foreign Student) Dr. Amarjeev Lochan informed that guidelines have been prepared for admission. The Delhi University admission portal will start functioning from the first week of April. The last date for application in the Graduate Course (UG) is 17th May, whereas applications in the Postgraduate Course (PG) can be made till 29th June.
Applications for Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) can be applied for MBA and Ph.D. till 9th April. Applications for general MPhil and Ph.D. can be made by 20th July. The last date of application for a one-year certificate, diploma, and advanced diploma has been set as August 15.
He said that students can apply for Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses of the School of Open Learning till 29th August. As before, the entire admission process will be online. Fees and documents will also have to be submitted online.
Till now students had to download the form and send it by post, but this time they will not have to send it by post as they will be able to fill the form directly. Students will not get admission approval on Tourist Visa and X Visa. DU has a five percent quota of foreign students. Last year, more than 800 students had enrolled.