Recently, international students are becoming more attracted to study in India due to its low cost of study and the quality education that is being provided. Its high cultural diversity is also an important factor students consider. Today, we bring you five exciting cities in India where international students can study.


The capital of India. It has the highest number of internationally recognized universities in India. The native language spoken is hindu. English is spoken by the majority of people living in Delhi making communication among the inhabitants and international students easy. It is a city of ancient monuments and museums. Delhi is home to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, which is well renowned for engineering graduates.


Also known as Bengaluru, is the 3rd most populous city in India. This is a place to be for any prospective student interested in computer technological development programs. It has lots of professional opportunities where internships can be carried out during and after your study program. It also houses many educational research Institutes in India. The climatic condition in Bangalore is moderate all year round making it a cool place to study.


The most populous city in India. It is a place to be for “art and commercial oriented students”. It has lots of mass media (home to the Bollywood entertainment industry) and financial institutions which provides internship opportunities for students. Mumbai is said to be the commercial city centre of India, thus tagged “the wealthiest city in India”. the climatic condition is warm all year round.


It has rich traditional culture making the city an exciting destination for international students. It is one of the biggest commercial centre in South India. Apart from its rich cultural and architectural landscape, it is also an important medical tourism destination. Recently, Tourism guide publisher Lonely Planet named Chennai as one of the top ten cities in the world to visit. Chennai is likened to US’s Detroit due to its role in the Indian automobile industry. In addition, it houses the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM) thereby making the city a place to be for those interested in automobile technology.


It is the principal commercial, cultural, and educational centre of East India. It is the only city in eastern part of India to have an international airport. This makes it accessible to students interested in studying in the eastern part of India. Today, English is the predominant medium of instruction in Kolkata. Also, Kolkata is home to many premier research institutes in India. Prospective students interested in pursuing management courses should consider schools in Kolkata as it boasts of Institutes of National Importance. For example, Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Army institute of Management (AIM) and so on.

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