Studying abroad is likely to be an exciting, enriching and fulfilling experience. But initially at least, it may also feel daunting and at times overwhelming. New international students have to adapt to a new place, new culture and perhaps a new language, all at the same time. We know how difficult it is to leave home and come to a foreign land- keeping this in mind we at CSMU provide special services to our international students in both our conveyance and accommodation departments. In order to attract talented students Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj University offers generous scholarships to meritorious students.
Office of International Relations has dedicated staffs committed to the needs of international students. We provide guidance to international student’s right from their arrival in the institute in matters of their cultural, legal and academic needs and other issues of relevance. CSMU International office has dedicated officers to serve the needs of International student’s welfare. They serve as the first point of contact for all international students and all their queries are answered .They are always available for the students to facilitate their pick up from the airport to their stay, logistics, their mandatory registration, visa verification, police information, etc. The goal of International Relation office is to enhance internationalisation at CSMU. It is the central contact point for international students and researchers – before, during and after their study at CSMU. It also supports domestic students and researchers from CSMU with all questions concerning international mobility. It coordinates international partnerships and develops programs with partner universities.
Step 1: Application
Step 2: Document verification and equivalence.
Step 3: Admission and Relocation
Please contact the FSC office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Checklist for Registration Formalities at FRRO
All foreigners visiting India, who have visas for a period exceeding 6 months duration, are required to get themselves registered within 14 days of their arrival, at the nearest office of the FRRO. Those who have PIO cards or OCI are exempt from the registration requirement.
A list of the type of documents that are generally required is provided here:
Mumbai's has an mild tropical climate. Mumbai's climate can be best described as moderately hot with high level of humidity. Its coastal nature and tropical location ensure temperatures do not fluctuate much throughout the year. January is the coolest month of the year for Mumbai with mean daily minimum being 16 °C and mean daily maximum being 31 °C. May is the hottest month of the year for Mumbai with the cool sea breezes providing some relief. June marks the beginning of the monsoon period in Mumbai with July being the wettest.
The International students should abide by all the rules of CSMU and the code of conduct as applicable to Indian students enrolled in the same courses.
The procedure for examination, payment of examination fees, issue of mark list, issue of passing certificates and award of degrees will be same as for the Indian students doing the same courses.