Delhi University admits 520 foreign students this year which is a decline of 27.5 per cent from last year.
Delhi University has admitted a total of 520 foreign students this year across undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD courses. This is a decline of over 27.5% from the previous year. The maximum number of students are from Nepal (110), Tibet (100) and Bangladesh (85).
The decline in the number of admissions is due to the delay in the start of the academic session. This year, the university received over 7000 application forms while last year, the varsity received over 9,000 applications.
Last year, the maximum number of applications was from Afghan nationals. 320 students have been admitted to UG courses while 100 students and 50 students have been admitted to PG and PhD courses respectively.
The maximum number of applications were for B.Com (Hons), BA Psychology, English (Hons) and BA Computer science. Foreign nationals are admitted to the University of Delhi under self-financing students and students with the scholarship categories.
Foreign nationals seeking admission in any course are exempted from the entrance test and the process is based on a merit list. The process includes application, university evaluation, online admission formalities and formalities after reaching Delhi.
All the aspirants were allowed to list their college preferences this year. Students from abroad prefer North Campus colleges as most of them have hostels and the majority of the classes are done in English.
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