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How to Apply

Applicants in their own interest must read and understand all the information published in the International Booklet, the university website, and otherwise published by the University from time to time. For further information, kindly read Admission related FAQ’s
The applicant can apply for the online admission by following the below mentioned basic steps:


The applicant has to register with the application portal i.e, by filling the registration form.



The applicant has to select the program of his/her interest and fill the application form using following details: -

  • General Information
  • Contact Information
  • Passport/Nationality Id Information
  • Qualification Exam Information
  • Programme Information
  • In Campus Residential Facility
  • Upload documents
  • 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.
  • The applicant has to provide the correct email id as all the further communication will be made through email only.


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 that can be downloaded under the tab “Download Offer Letter” or else the applicant will be informed via an email. Offer Letter cannot be used for applying the Indian "Student Visa".


  • The applicant shall transfer the fee in university bank account as mention in the Offer Letter and upload payment transaction proof within the stipulated time along with following documents:-
    • Proof of Payment made to LPU’s Bank account.
    • Duly filled and signed “Acceptance of Offer Letter” (4th page of the Offer Letter).
    • Copy of valid Passport (National Identity proof in case of Nepal and Bhutan)
  • The applicant has to ensure that he/she has read and understood all the guidelines, policies and instructions as mentioned in the Offer Letter and the university website before accepting the Offer Letter & transfer the fee.
  • For details about payment of fee, please refer “How to Pay” section of the International website
  • If the conditions mentioned in the Offer Letter do 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, the admission will not be confirmed unless otherwise decided by the university.


After receiving the “Proof of Payment”, “Acceptance of Offer Letter” and Copy of valid Passport (National Identity proof in case of Nepal and Bhutan), the university will issue the Acceptance Letter that can be downloaded under the tab “Download Acceptance Letter”. Unless or otherwise you will be informed through an email.

Note:- The Acceptance Letter issued by the University can only be used for applying the Indian "Student Visa", Offer Letter cannot be used for the same.


Get Started with the Application


Visa application
The applicant should apply for the “student visa” endorsed on the institution name i.e., “Lovely Professional University” at the nearest Indian High Commission/ Indian Embassy immediately after getting the Acceptance Letter. The application for Visa should be supported by all the relevant documents. It generally takes 3-6 weeks to get the Indian Visa. Thus, it is advisable to apply for the visa accordingly and consult the Indian High Commission/ Indian Embassy in the concerned country.
For further information, kindly read VISA related FAQ’s

Reporting at the University Campus
  • The student should report at the university as per the reporting schedule available on the university’s website or click here.
  • It is strongly recommended that the student should report at the university in time to attend the induction programme for new students and to avoid loss of important lectures and attendance. There will be no relaxation in attendance or evaluation process for late reported students due to delay in visa or any other reason whatsoever.
  • Student reports earlier than the prescribed reporting schedule, will not be allowed to join the university and may be asked to go back to the home country.
  • University may also cancel the admission of the student reports at the university beyond the prescribed reporting time.

For further information, kindly read Joining related FAQ’s

FRRO (Foreign Regional Registration Office)
Registration with FRRO (Foreign Regional Registration Office) is mandatory for all International students (except Bhutan and Nepal), within14daysoftheir arrival in India. The time frame to register with FRRO may vary from 24 hours to 14 days of arrival depending on the country of origin of the student.

A student has to satisfy all the conditions as laid down by the university from time to time, failing may lead to cancellation of the admission or otherwise decided by the university.
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