The International Students and Scholars Advisory Center is responsible for central international student recruitment activities undertaken on behalf of the whole University. We deliver a range of activities aimed at generating inquiries and applications from suitably qualified students around the world and supporting conversion from academic offer to registration. We also provide advice to academic departments on key markets and on good practice in international student recruitment.
The ISSAC is responsible for central international student recruitment activities undertaken on behalf of the whole University. We deliver a range of activities aimed at generating inquiries and applications from suitably qualified students around the world and supporting conversion from academic offer to registration. We also provide advice to academic departments on key markets and on good practice in international student recruitment.
ISSAC offers a wide variety of unique social, academic and cultural activities throughout the year, to aid international students and scholars settle and make the necessary adjustments to live and study in a new environment.
The Center as the channel for admissions aims to provide prospective international students and scholars as well as their families the requisite information to make informed decisions in the course selection process. The Center collaborates with the academic units as well as departments on recruiting efforts. The Center has been successful at communicating the benefits of attending Jain (Deemed-to-be University), the resources available, and opportunities of being involved in campus life.
The Career Services aims at empowering students to develop, evaluate, and initiate career planning and professional development within a constantly changing work environment. Career Services is dedicated to offering comprehensive and relevant career development programming. Services offered to include individual career counseling, workshops, outreach, and professional development workshops, networking opportunities for students and employers to connect in a variety of venues.
The Center advocates, educates, and provides support services for the achievement of women"s equity on campus and within the community at large.
The Center’s Academic Development Cell promotes educational access, retention, and academic excellence for international students and scholars. The Center aims to assist students in achieving their academic and personal goals.
The Financial Aid and Scholarships connect students with the financial resources they need to succeed, provide an effective process to do so, and work with our constituents for the benefit of our institution and community.
The Center aims at recruiting, admitting, orienting, advising, and retaining international students and scholars for Jain (Deemed-to-be University). Apart from increasing the globalization of our campuses to supporting our international students and scholars to share cultures from around the world with our campus community, the Center welcomes and celebrates international students and scholars from different countries who contribute greatly to the diversity of Jain (Deemed-to-be University) campuses.
The Registration and Records at the Center provide accurate and professional registration and records services to ensure the integrity of official student records while enforcing the Jain (Deemed-to-be University) academic policies.
Foreign Nationals desirous of coming into India are required to possess a valid passport of their country and a valid Indian Visa. To study in India it is mandatory for an international student to procure an Indian Student Visa. Visas can be applied for in person or by post at the High Commission of India based in the country from where the candidate intends to depart for India.
The following points will give you a quick preview of what all should be taken care of before you look forward to depart their home country:
On your arrival in India, there are certain points that you should keep in mind.
Foreign students in India are generally required to make an oral baggage declaration of the possession of baggage and foreign currency as soon as they land in India. Under this, they are also required to obtain the Currency Declaration Form from the Customs. The students should also fill in the Disembarkation Card (Arrival card) handed over to them by the airline during the course of the flight.
All international students must register themselves with the International Office of Jain (Deemed-to-be University).
The International Office of the University should be contacted for admission formalities.
All international students coming to India for studies need to go through a medical test for HIV. The Foreigner"s Regional Registration Office (FRRO) requires this test as a pre-requisite for obtaining the residence permit form.
All International students who have come to study in India need to get themselves in The Foreigner"s Regional Registration Office (FRRO) within 14 days of arrival in India (not applicable in the case of Bhutanese and Nepalese students). The University’s International Office helps and guides the students in the registration.