Candidates who have successfully applied for admission to SAU can now download their admit cards for the entrance test through the admission panels. An email has also been sent to each candidate. Here is wishing you all the best to you all for your entrance test!
As the extended deadline is also coming to an end, we suggest you apply. Last date is 29 March 2018. Apply here admission.sau.int today!
New Delhi: The South Asian University, established by the 8 SAARC nations, has announced its admission schedule to its Masters and PhD programmes for the ninth batch. The university has simplified the process of application, which can be done entirely online, for applicants from the SAARC region. Applicants will be required to take a SAARC-wide common entrance test on 15 April 2018 and admission will be offered on merit. Applicants from Non-SAARC countries can get direct admission without having to take the test.
The student population in this international university is almost entirely made up of students from the eight member nations of the SAARC – Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. About half the students are from India and the other half from the rest of the SAARC countries. Each SAARC country has a quota but if students from one country are not available, the seats are filled up by students from other countries as per SAU rules. Established in 2010, the university at present offers Masters and PhD programmes in the areas of Applied Mathematics, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Economics, Legal Studies, International Relations and Sociology. SAU also offers generous scholarships to students on means-cum-merit basis. Details are available on the SAU website.
Dr. Kavita Sharma, President SAU observed, “Although we have limited intake in our Masters and Research Programmes, we are seeing an upward swing in the number of applications with every passing year and the competition for each seat is getting tougher for the aspirants. When we move in to our new campus, the construction of which is going on at a rapid pace, we would be able to increase the intake as well as open new faculties.”
The last date for applications at SAU is 20 March 2018 and the entrance test for both Masters & PhD programmes is scheduled for 15 April 2018. Further details can be accessed from the university website www.sau.int
To further facilitate free flow of information between the university and prospective students, SAU has opened a dedicated admission blog, which, among other things, provides detailed information about the programmes, admission procedure, videos and details of Admission Volunteers with whom one can interact and ask questions about the admission process and other things concerning the university. Those interested can also communicate with the university through social networking pages.
The SAU Admissions is now LIVE. One can log in to www.sau.int
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South Asian University (SAU) is an international university established by the eight member nations of South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) viz. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
SAU started its operations from the academic year 2010. The university now offers post-graduate and doctoral programmes in various disciplines that include Economics, Computer Science, Biotechnology, Mathematics, Sociology, International Relations and Law. It will ultimately have 11 post-graduate faculties and a faculty of undergraduate studies. SAU attracts students from all member nations and its degrees are recognised by all the eight SAARC countries.
The University is currently functioning from Akbar Bhawan Campus in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi before it eventually moves in to its 100 acre campus in Maidan Garhi, South Delhi where construction is under way.
On the request of many aspiring students from the South Asian region, the university has extended the last date of application till 31st March 2017. Go ahead and complete your application process. The link below could be a good starting point, if you haven’t initiated the application process.
South Asian University (SAU), established and funded by the governments of the eight SAARC nations, is modeled as a research and post graduate university, focused on building a culture of understanding and regional consciousness. Based in New Delhi, the university offers seven (07) master and PhD programmes each in Applied Mathematics, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Economics, International Relations, Sociology and Legal Studies.
SAU is inviting application for the above programmes for the academic intake 2017-18 beginning in July 2017. SAU has reserved 4% total seats for students from Maldives.
For more information refer to the poster or visit South Asian University website https://sau.int
Original article appeared on http://mnu.edu.mv/south-asian-university-admissions-2017-18/