St Mary's University warmly welcomes students from India.
St Mary's has a lively and diverse student community, with students from over 100 countries outside the UK representing approximately 10% of its 6,000 students.
Below you will find lots of useful information for Indian applicants, but if you still have more questions, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Undergraduate academic requirements
Higher Secondary School Certificates, All India Senior School Certificate Examination (SSC) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) are acceptable for direct entry to undergraduate programmes. The grade requirement will depend on the exam board in India and the subject you are planning to study at St Mary's.
Normally the overall aggregate will be at least 60-65% depending on the exam board. Second year entry is possible for some degrees if you have completed year one of a relevant degree in India and any application would be assessed on a case by case basis.
Postgraduate academic requirements
Bachelor degree from a respected university.
|English Equivalent||Indian Degree: Percentage||Indian Degree: Classification|
||Second or First class / Division
||Second class / Division
English language requirements
If English is not your first language you will be required to evidence your English language ability required for academic study. Please see our English Language Requirements page for our standard entry requirements.
Elisha, Indian student
"London is known for its top Universities and cosmopolitan nature. I like to be in the city because everything I need is available.
"The campus location is perfect due to excellent public transport links and because it's close to shops, restaurants and pubs.
"It was an overwhelming experience when I first joined my course, but people are very courteous and that helped make my transition quite smooth. I’ve experienced a great connection with a diverse group of students and my exceptional tutors. They are always there to help with personal progress and learning.
"The University is beautiful and offers an outstanding learning environment. It's a great place to develop academically and it's both professional and social.
"The University also offers a lot of opportunities for students to get involved in various voluntary and extra-curricular activities. I cannot express enough how enjoyable my time was with the University."
Ashika , Indian student
BSc Sport Science and Psychology
Indian students who are offered a place to study at St Mary’s will automatically be considered for one of St Mary's International Student Scholarships – these are available to new, full-time undergraduate and postgraduate taught degree students in any subject area.
For undergraduate applicants, the scholarship is worth up-to £3000 off the cost of your first year tuition fee. For postgraduate applicants the scholarship is worth up-to £3000 off the total cost of your tuition fee.
St Mary's has appointed agents and representatives in India who offers face-to-face counselling and can help you with your application.
Office No. 50, 2nd Floor, C.S Mansion Church Street.
Bangalore 560001, Karnataka
Tel: 91 (0)80 4168 8282
Office No. 6, 6th Floor, Crown Court Building,
Old No 34, New No 128, Cathedral Road,
Tel: 91 (0)44 4510 8282
Makhija Chambers, 204 2nd Floor,
196, Turner Road, Bandra (West),
Tel: 91 (0)22 6236 8555
Meet us in India
St Mary's staff visit India to attend fairs, visit schools and meet potential students. Please see our travel calendar for when we will next be visiting a city near you.
Meanwhile, if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to email email@example.com.
The local community
The Students' Union
You are welcomed as a member of our thriving Students' Union as soon as you arrive at St Mary's and there are lots of opportunities to get involved.
There is a wide range of societies clubs and societies for you to join and a full list can be found within the Students' Union section.
In the local area
There is a very well-established Indian community in and around London and many opportunities to meet other Indians through social events, sports and cultural activities. The Nehru Centre is the cultural wing of the High Commission of India and organises a wide range of cultural events on its premises, showcasing Indian music, dance and theatre; the South Indian Society arranges events around London and lists Hindu temples in the UK.
You can find a huge range of Indian restaurants, supermarkets and food shops both locally and in central London. A short bus ride from Twickenham is the area of Southall, often described as 'Little India', which has strong Indian and Pakistani roots mixed with communities from all over the world.
Here you can find Asian and European shops and market stalls, an array of places to eat and drink, particularly Punjabi, Sri Lankan, Pakistani and South Indian restaurants, and one of the largest Sikh temples outside India, Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha.