The Office

The University offers a single window support service to the international students through its Students’ Counselling Centre. The centre provides them with the information regarding admission, along with guidance and assistance to help adjust to a new academic environment. The centre also enables the students to acclimatize themselves not only with the institution but also with the city, especially with regard to its culture and language.

All international students will require a Student Visa for joining a full time course. The visa should be valid for the prescribed duration of the course, however, it is not required in the case of (non-resident Indian) NRI students. Those students who are pursuing a full time course in any other institution do not require a separate visa for joining a part time course, provided that their current visa is valid for the entire duration of the course.
Admissions to the Undergraduate courses are based purely on the student’s performance in the Senior Secondary (class XII) or equivalent examination as recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi. Students from foreign countries will generally be admitted in the beginning of the academic year. However, students may also be admitted under the Exchange Programme for which there is the requirement of a Memorandum of Understanding. On the spot admissions are granted to overseas students subject to verification of their eligibility qualifications and availability of seats.
For admission to a Postgraduate programme, the student must hold a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University with a minimum percentage of marks/ grades as prescribed by the University.

For admission to Ph.D. or M. Phil programmes, the student must hold a postgraduate degree with at least 55/50 percentage of marks respectively from a recognized University. Admission to Ph.D. or M. Phil. programmes is subject to qualifying the Research Entrance Test (RET) conducted by the University and fulfillment of other conditions as outlined in The IIS University Ph.D. / M.Phil bylaws. All international students wishing to undertake any research work or join a Ph.D./ M. Phil. programme are required to obtain prior security clearance from the Ministry of Home Affairs and approval of the Department of Secondary and Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.