Why India?

Why Study in India

  • India has the second largest education system in the world.
  • Indian universities and institutes of higher education and research have made significant contribution in research and development in the areas ranging from biotechnology to ocean engineering.
  • India is also recognized the world over for its information technology talent.
  • The country has also been active in the development of space technology, production and launching of indigenous satellites and development of peaceful nuclear energy.
  • The courses as well as professionals trained in Indian educational institutions are recognized the world over
  • India is the 3rd largest English speaking population in the world and hence it is a place where foreign nationals feel at home.
  • The Living costs are less and affordable.
  • Quality of education is assured through National Board of Accreditation (NBA) for technical education and National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) for higher education.
  • India has a large number of international students coming from all parts of the world to pursue their desired careers in Indian Institutions.
  • Studying and living in India is a special experience. India is a country rich in cultural heritage, having multi religious society. A cosmopolitan environment and easy acceptance of all cultures and religions, makes India a friendly nation.
  • India is today recognized as a world centre for education.


Living in India is safe. Per capita crime rates in India are very low. From an International student's perspective, most Indians are peace-loving, middle-path oriented, happy and warm hearted individuals. Aggression and cruelty does not come naturally to them.

Living in India is very inexpensive. Most International students have a very comfortable and safe living experience for as low as US$150 per month. Like in any society, India offers many cost options. There are 7-star, deluxe, newly built condominium complexes that cost a bundle and then there are safe, decent apartments in better neighborhoods that rent for a reasonable amount. You can choose your option depending on your budget and your desired lifestyle.

Student Hostels

Many of the colleges have a hostel or dormitory facility for their students. Most of these hostels are intended for Indian students who are on a budget and looking for economical housing. While they offer safe and comfortable living quarters, they may impose several restrictions on the lifestyles that some international students may be accustomed to. This option is recommended for those international students on a budget, very accommodative and patient in nature, who are willing to sacrifice a bit on their lifestyle.

Renting on your own

Students have the option of renting housing on their own. The general norms include a monthly rental fee and a 10 month deposit to be paid in advance. Students can rent an apartment on their own or share an apartment with other students. If this option is suitable for you then we can assist you in finding a house.

Service Apartment

The service apartment is made to look and feel exactly like a home. A service apartment generally provides you with an Air-condition or Non AC furnished flat, equipped kitchen, TV, fridge, washing machine, landline, internet, power back-up, fire safety & security and some even provide you with a locker. Cleaning is done everyday and also has the provision at an extra cost for laundry services. The tariff charge depends on how long is the stay, location and Service provider. Most of these providers insist on a security deposit to be paid in advance.

Food in India

Diversity can be found in India's food as well as its culture, geography and climate. Spices are a vital part of food preparation and are used to enhance the flavor of a dish. Correct use and blending of the aromatic spices is crucial to the proper preparation of Indian cuisine. Vegetables vary according to the different regions and the season.



Foreign students in India do organize sports and other activities, which keep many of them busy.


There are many house parties organized by students, which provide a forum for socializing and having fun. Fees for Theatre/Cinemas are fairly cheap and numerous all over in every station. Cable network on television is affordable. It provides more than 100 channels.


There are places of worship for all religious groups in India. It includes temples, mosques and churches.


There are no employment opportunities available to foreign students in India.


  1. To guide you throughout the process of choosing the right career path, selecting the right institution and visa application based on your academic/financial abilities.
  2. To act as a bridge between you and your institution of choice within our network.
  3. To consider your education interest at all times


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