DU Admissions 2018 : Foreign Students Admission Process Started

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DU Admissions 2018 : The admissions for foreign students for UG, PG, M.Phil and Ph.D programmes for the academic year 2018-19 have commenced from yesterday, i.e. 15/02/2018 and the process is completely online this year.

The programmes offered are across various disciplines such as Arts, Sciences, Social Sciences, and Commerce. Foreign students are offered admissions over and above the maximum permissible level but their strength should not exceed 10% of the total admissable strength of the department.

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There is no entrance test for foreign students applying in various courses and FSR office is handling the queries through these channels: E-Mail (fsr@du.ac.in and fsr_du@yahoo.com) and telephone (+91-11-27666756). Hostel facilities are available for limited students at International Students Hostel and ISH for Women.

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Deadlines for applying to various courses can be checked here

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