Manipal University (MU), Manipal Courses and Fees
Manipal University Courses and Fee Structure
Originally founded as Kasturba Medical College – India’s first private medical school in 1953, Manipal soon opened up the Manipal Institute of Technology in 1958 and hasn’t looked back ever since. Today, it is an enormous institution with 19 colleges under its umbrella.
Manipal teaches 218 different programmes from 19 varying disciplines including humanities, commerce and business administration. Fee structure of manipal university is given on the table below.
Courses Offered by Manipal University at the undergraduate programmes, the B.Tech, BOT, BPT, B.Des, B.Pharm and BHM courses take up to four years to complete.
Bachelors’ degrees such as a B.Sc or a B.A takes only three years to complete. The Post Basic B.Sc in Nursing is the shortest UG course and takes only two years to complete. The medical courses – BDS and MBBS are the longest courses. They take four and five years to complete, respectively.
The masters’ courses at MAHE usually take two years to complete. However, most of the medical or allied programmes take three years to finish. These include the MD, DM and MS programmes among others of its kind.
Different programmes have set up different criteria that the applicants have to follow. Should they match the points, they are allowed to sit for the admission test. For B.Tech and M. Tech applicants, there is the MET.
The ranking of which is subject to further shortlisting by any university. While medical applicants have to clear the NEET cutoffs while the same goes for MBA applicants and their score in CAT/MAT/XAT, etc.
The applications for MET cost around INR 2,000. It is non-refundable and has to be paid for online. The admission fees, on the other hand, have to be paid for just before the time of admission. For those who cannot pay the full amount at once are given a limited number of days to complete the process, only after very careful consideration. To know more about, Manipal University Courses and Admission visit its official website.
Sikkim Manipal University Courses and Fee Highlights
- Manipal’s MBBS course is one of the most exclusive courses in the country with an extremely high cutoff. The admission is based on the candidate’s NEET scores. It is also very expensive and costs around INR 50.5 lakhs over the course of five years of study.
- The Manipal Institute of Technology is renowned throughout the country for its faculty and for its placement percentage. The college provides 16 specialisations to choose from. The B.Tech programme costs around INR 14.51 lakhs.
- TAPMI’s MBA programmes in Healthcare Management and Global Business Management cost INR 5.54 lakhs for two years.
- The average bachelors’ degree from Manipal Academy of Higher Education can set an applicant by INR 6.91 lakhs.
- The postgraduate courses taught at Manipal are among the finest in the country and on average can be as dear as INR 3.52 lakhs. Manipal University courses list is given on the table below.
UG Course Eligibility and Manipal University Fee Structure
|Sl. No.||Course||Duration (Years)||Eligibility||Manipal University Fees (in INR)|
Candidate must have passed their 10+2 boards with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry/Biology/Computer as optional with at least of 50% marks.
|2||B.Tech (Lateral)||4||Candidate must have a 3 year Diploma in Engineering or completed a B.Sc. Degree with a minimum of 45% marks. They must also have passed their Xll standard with Mathematics as a compulsory subject.||11.66 lakhs|
|3||B.ASLP||3||Candidate must have passed their 10+2 exams with Physics, Chemistry and Biology along with English and Mathematics/Computer Science/Statistics/Electronics/Psychology as a compulsory subject with minimum 50% aggregate marks.||4.42 lakhs|
|4||MBBS||5||Candidate must have passed 10+2 with minimum 50% marks with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as compulsory subjects. They have to score a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology.||50.23 lakhs|
|5||BBA||3||Candidate must have passed their 10+2 boards with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks.||4.27 lakhs|
|6||B.Com||3||Candidate must have passed their 10+2 boards with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks.||3.91 lakhs|
|7||B.Sc||3||Candidate must have cleared their 10+2 in PCM or PCB subject combination with English as a compulsory subject with minimum 50% on average.||4.12 lakhs|
|8||Post Basic B.Sc (Nursing)||2||Candidate must have passed their GNM after 10+2 boards with Science subjects and must be a registered Nurse or Midwife with any State Nursing Registration
|9||B.Sc (Lateral)||3||Candidate must have a 2 or 3 year Diploma in the relevant field after their 10th and 12th boards with at least 50% marks in aggregate. PCB combination is mandatory for 10+2.||1.02 lakhs|
|10||BA||3||Candidate must have passed 10+2 with a minimum of 45% marks on avg.||5.05 lakhs|
|11||BOT||4||Candidate must have passed their 10+2 in PCB with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks.||4.92 lakhs|
|12||BPT||4||Candidate must have passed their 10+2 with PCB combination with minimum 50% aggregate marks.||5.86 lakhs|
|13||B.Des||4||Candidate must have:-
-Passed their 10+2 boards.
-Completed a 3 years diploma with minimum 50% marks on average,
|14||B.Arch||5||Candidate must have:-
– Passed their 10+2 boards with Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects.
– Completed a 3 year Diploma (any stream) after 10 years of schooling with Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects
with a minimum of 50% marks on average.
|15||B.Pharm||4||Candidate must have qualified 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, English and Mathematics/ Biotechnology/ Computer Science/ Biology as compulsory subjects.||9.34 lakhs|
|16||B.Optom||3||Candidate must have passed their 10+2 with PCM/PCB subject combination and English as a compulsory subject with minimum 50% average marks.||4.42 lakhs|
|17||BDS||4||Candidate must have cleared 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with a minimum of 50% marks in Physics and Chemistry.||24.66 lakhs|
|18||BHM||4||Candidate must have passed their 10+2 with a minimum aggregate of 45% marks.||1.20 lakhs|
|19||Pharm.D.||2||Candidate must have passed their 10+2 with either PCM/PCB combination.||19.6 lakhs|
PG Course Eligibility and Fees
|Sl. No.||Course||Duration (Years)||Eligibility||Fees (in INR)|
|1||MBA||2||Candidate must have a BBA/B.Com with a minimum of 50% marks on aggregate.||5.54 lakhs|
|2||M.Sc||2||The candidate must have a B.Sc with any subject of Biological Sciences/MBBS/ any other professional graduates with a minimum aggregate of 50%.||1.65 lakhs|
|3||MD/MS||3||Candidate will need a pass in MBBS degree and must have completed their compulsory rotating internship.||47.56 lakhs|
|4||M.Pharm||2||Candidate must hold a B.Pharm. degree with a minimum of 50% marks.||6.78 lakhs|
|5||MDS||3||Candidate must have passed their BDS degree and completed their compulsory rotating
|6||DM||3||Candidate must have a MD in General Medicine or Paediatrics and a permanent registration with the Medical Council of India.||26.16 lakhs|
|7||MA||2||Candidate must have passed BA/relevant bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 50% marks on average.||1.07 lakhs|
|8||ME/M.Tech||2||Candidate must have a degree in BE/ B.Tech./relevant degree with a minimum of 50% marks.||3.68 lakhs|
|9||M.Ch||3||Candidate must have a MS in General Surgery and must be permanently registered with the Medical Council of India.||59.74 lakhs|
|10||M.Com||2||Candidate must have a BBA/B.Com with a minimum of 50% marks on aggregate.||1.25 lakhs|
|11||M.Optom||2||Candidate must have a B.Optom degree (or any other relevant degree) with a minimum of 50% marks.||4.7 lakhs|
|12||MHA||2||Candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences/Medical Sciences,/Allied Health Sciences streams with a minimum of 55% marks on aggregate.||3.8 lakhs|
|13||MCA||2||Candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Applications/any other relevant course with not less than 50% marks on aggregate.||3.06 lakhs|
|14||M.Arch||2||Candidate must have passed a B.Arch. course with minimum 50% marks on aggregate.||2.98 lakhs|
|15||MOT||2||Candidate must have a BOT/ B.Sc. with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks.||4.28 lakhs|
|16||DPM||2||Candidate must have a MD in General Medicine or Paediatrics and a permanent registration with the Medical Council of India.||26.16 lakhs|
Research Course Eligibility and Fees
|Sl. No.||Course||Duration (Years)||Eligibility||Fees (in INR)|
|1||M.Phil||3||Candidate must have passed full-time Master’s degree with a minimum of 55% marks on aggregate.||1.84 lakhs|
Candidate must have a postgraduate degree in the relevant discipline or MBBS, BDS, Pharm D/ Pharm D (PB) degree with at least 55% marks in aggregate.