Hindi and English
Indian rupee (INR)

About India

Study in India

As the most populous democratic country in the world, India is the gold-standard of multiculturalism and diversity. With over 22 languages and 6 religions, Filipino international students are more than welcome to experience the rich and storied culture that India has to offer.

India is at the forefront of the most rapidly developing sectors in the modern global economy, which makes it a great country to earn a world-class degree. 

With partner schools in Mumbai to name a few, Filipino international students have a lot to choose in pursuing their international studies.

We have 1 Indian school and universities on our website that you can search and apply from!

Why study in India?

India is a great destination for Filipino international students thanks to its rich culture and top universities. There are a handful of reasons why Filipinos should study in India.

  • World's Second-largest Higher Education System
  • Affordable Cost of Education

Schools in India

India's large education system is ranked 26th in the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings 2018.

Life and Culture in India

The government of India is preparing itself to accelerate its education programs through 10 new private universities aimed at offering students more options for research and innovation in different industries like information and communication technology, agriculture, and biotechnology to name a few.

Study and work opportunities in India for Filipinos

A handful of international students who come to study in India also explore for work opportunities while studying. However, the Indian government does not allow international students to work while studying except for Non-Resident Indians (NRI), Overseas Citizens of India (OCI), and Persons of Indian Origin (PIO).

Despite this, non-NRI, non-OCI, and non-PCI Filipinos are allowed to take up internships and training in India as long as it’s related to the program they are taking.

Scholarships in India

Although studying in India is already quite affordable, it doesn’t hurt to get additional financial support. There are several scholarships and student loan programs from both the public and private sector to help international students offset financial costs.

Quick Facts & Figures

New Delhi, India

Hindi and English

Indian rupee (INR)

Parliamentary Constitutional Republic

Top 3: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism

Tropical wet & dry, Subtropical humid, and montane

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