Applying to the college or university of your dreams is exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. No one enjoys filling in forms but you’ll find your heart racing and your hands trembling while doing so. After all, it is the rest of your life you’re planning. But all this can only happen if you have figured out how to apply for that course in the first place!
Different institutes have different requirements and navigating through those can be a nightmare. We like to think that applying to Seamedu School of Pro-Expressionism is a fairly straightforward process, but we decided to put this blog article out to make it even easier to navigate, just in case you have any doubts.
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How to Apply
No more standing in queues to get photocopies of documents that are going to be filed and forgotten about before you’re even sure of admission. Once you have filled in the online application form, you will need to upload a scanned copy of the following documents:
You also need to make a payment of Rs. 550 against Seamedu Technical Assessment and Counselling and you will receive a confirmation email to let you know we have received your application. If you are selected to become a part of our university, we will let you know via email within 15 days from application. Follow the instructions and bring copies of documents we need (along with the originals for verification) and welcome to Seamedu!
Once you have registered online and filled out the form, we will ask you to send us scanned copies of the following documents:
You will also be requested to make a payment of $50 against Seamedu Technical Assessment and Counselling. You will know if you have got in within 15 days of your application. We will let you know by email and ask you to complete a few remaining steps. After completing these and paying the requisite fees, we need you to do the following:
Once you are in India, you need to visit our International Students Cell. A complete list of documents you need to bring along with you is listed on our here. You can also find out what it’s like living in India here.
The application procedure for international students is similar to that of the one for the NRI students detailed above. However, you do need to make sure that you also do the following in accordance with the university and visa rules.
We are sure you will find studying in India to be a rich and rewarding experience! If you have any queries, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.
Note: Diploma courses are available for Indian students only while degree courses are available to all.