How to Apply
“Applicants in their own interest must read and understand all the information published in the International Booklet 2016, the university website, and otherwise published by the University from time to time. “
The applicant can apply for the online admission by following the below mentioned basic steps:
Step1: Filling the application form
- The applicant has to fill the online application form for the international applicants available at www.lpu.in by filling the registration form and login into the online admission portal.
- The applicant has to ensure that the application form is duly filled and the documentary evidence of qualifying examination supporting the admission (if any) is also uploaded in the online application portal.
- If the content in the marks sheet/ transcript is not in English, a certified English translated version must also be uploaded in addition to the native language certificate.
- In case the results have not been declared, “result awaited” should be filled in the Result Status column.
- The applicant has to visit the online application portal time to time for all the latest updates related to the admission as all the further communication will be through the portal only. The University will not intimate personally to any applicant and through any other mode.
Step2: Eligibility verification and Issuing of Offer Letter (OL)
- After receiving the online application and fulfilling of due formalities by due date as required, the university may issue “Offer Letter (OL)” for provisional admission or “Conditional Offer Letter” as the case may be.
Step3: Fee payment and compliance of the condition(s)
- The applicant shall submit the fees and also fulfil all other condition(s) mentioned in the Offer Letter and acceptance Letter within stipulated time period.
- For details about payment of fee, please refer to “money matters” section of the International Booklet 2016 or refer university website www.lpu.in
Step4: Accepting terms of Acceptance of Offer Letter (AOL) andUpdating fee payment information
- The Applicant has to agree to the terms of Acceptance of Offer Letter available in the portal by filling the details.
- The student has to ensure that he/she has read and understood all the guidelines, policies and instructions as mentioned in the International Booklet 2016 and the university website www.lpu.in before accepting the terms of Acceptance of Offer Letter.
- The student has to fill the “Fee remittance details” before submitting the AOL.
- If the conditions mentioned in the Offer Letter are not met and the completed “Acceptance of Offer Letter” is not received by the university before the last date of admission as mentioned in the admission schedule on the university Website www.lpu.in, the admission will not be confirmed unless otherwise decided by the university.
Step5: Issuing of Acceptance Letter (AL)
- After receiving the Acceptance of Offer Letter and verifying the fulfillment of all the conditions as mentioned in the Offer Letter and confirmation of the payment transfer details updated by the applicant in the online application portal, the university will issue the Acceptance Letter. The applicant can download his Acceptance Letter available in his online application portal.
- The Acceptance Letter issued by the University can be used for applying the Indian Student visa. Offer Letter cannot be used to apply for the Indian Student Visa.
Step6: Visa application
- The applicant should apply for the student visa at the nearest Indian High Commission/ Indian Embassy. The application for Visa should be supported by all the relevant documents.
Step7: Reporting at the University Campus
- The student shall report at the University before the last date of reporting as mentioned in the Offer Letter or as available on the university website www.lpu.in ( reporting of program under the head admissions).
- In case of any delay in reporting because of any reason including but not limited to issue of visa, the student shall not be allowed to join the university, unless otherwise decided by the university.
- In case, student reports at university after the last date of admission, he/she has to take special approval for it and shall have to give an undertaking that he/she will not claim any benefit related to loss in attendance, marks, or CA. For more information on the late joining (refer to head reporting of International Booklet 2016)
Step8: FRRO and Medical Exam Certificate
- The FRRO is mandatory for all Foreign nationals (except the students from Nepal and Bhutan) studying in India. The FRRO has to be completed within 14 days of arrival in India and the student has to provide the university with a copy of the FRRO.
- The student has to undergo medical examination in his/her native country for general fitness, HIV, and yellow fever (in case of African countries) and has to provide the copy of the same at the time of reporting. In case of any non-compliance, the admission of the student can be cancelled or any other action may be taken as deemed appropriate by the university and concerned Government agency. (For complete information, refer the head general
information related to foreigner regional registration)