Are you an international student looking to pursue a postgraduate degree in business administration at the Indian Business School (ISB)? If so, you may be eligible for one of the 26 scholarships available this academic year. All nationalities are welcome to apply for the ISB international scholarships, and the application process is open per cycle. It is highly recommended to apply for Cycle 1, as it offers more competitive benefits. To be eligible for an ISB scholarship, applicants must have accumulated work experience, a valid score on the Graduate Registration Exam (GRE) or Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT), and a certificate of proficiency in the English language.
Applications for Cycle 1 close on October 15 each year, and must be submitted by the end of July. Successful applicants receive an exemption of up to 100% from tuition fees, housing subsidy and food subsidy. In addition to the ISB scholarship program, there are other options available for international students looking to study in India. The “Scholarship in India” offices around the world offer 50% exemptions based on merit and needs for Cycle 1 applicants.
The University of Dublin offers scholarships to those who want to continue their postgraduate education, while KIIT University offers scholarships for courses in nursing, architecture, dentistry and medicine. The self-funding plan is another attractive option for international students interested in studying in India. The La Caixa and Casa Asia grant and the Talentia grant also offer a complete spending package. For those interested in traditional undergraduate and graduate courses in Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy, the AYUSH scholarship is available.
Finally, the Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research (IGIDR) offers a fellowship program that awards scholarships to international students who want to pursue undergraduate, graduate or research programs at a university in India. The IGIDR scholarship program also provides tuition fee waivers through its partner institutes.No matter which scholarship program you choose, make sure to thoroughly review the eligibility requirements and application deadlines before applying. Additionally, consulting with an Indian education expert can help expedite your student visa application and make it easier to find housing and health insurance.