Study In Mauritius
Study in Mauritius

Mauritius is rapidly developing into one of the key educational players in the region. Over the past few years, numerous prestigious universities have opened a campus or are represented in the country in various fields. As a result, students are able to obtain a degree from a renowned university at a lower cost, and being able to study and stay with their family.

In addition, the cosmopolitan nature of the population means that there is a tremendous opportunity to learn different cultures and traditions in a country where there is political, social and economic stability for the international students. The Government of Mauritius has an established goal of having 100,000 international students by the year 2025, and therefore many facilities are provided to encourage them to choose Mauritius, such as free public transportation and public health care.

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Visa & Permits

If you want to study in Mauritius, you will need to go trought a visa & permits to be able to get into Mauritius and study here.

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Cost of living

Living in Mauritius while studying is not easy. We made a reseach for you so that you have an idea what are the real cost of living for Mauritius.

The cost of living for Mauritius for a student is between Rs 10,000.00 and 15,000.00 which includes accommodation, food , travelling and bills.


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How to apply for a course ?

Before going to the institution to apply for a course, you need to seek for more information, such as the entry requirements,call the institution and seek advice with the registry to know what are the required documents as well as the application fee.

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You need to do a checklist before going to University ?

Going in Abroad Universities or in Student Residence is not that easy, you need to ask what will be given to you or what you will need to go in that particular country/ university.

You need to do a checklist before going to University ?

Going in Abroad Universities or in Student Residence is not that easy, you need to ask what will be given to you or what you will need to go in that particular country/ university.

Documents (Keep all in the same wallet)

  • Passport photos
  • Passport & ID Card
  • Driver’s Licence (If you have it)
  • NHS number
  • Insurance documents for international students & National Insurance number/details & card
  • All Student loan correspondence
  • CV and references
  • Discount travel cards
  • Bank account details & Bank cards
  • Accommodation & Contract
  • Address book and email contacts list
  • Local map
  • Guide Book
  • List of important phone numbers
  • Acceptance Offer Letter & other university documents such as (exam certificates etc.)
  • Doctor and dentist details
  • Room insurance


  • Calculator- to calculate your finances
  • Laptop
  • Mouse for laptop
  • Mobile & tablets and charger
  • CDR's (CDRW's cheaper in long run) - for backing up work
  • USB "pen drive"
  • Network cable - to access the internet from the socket in your room
  • Camera - to take pictures of room and friends (to send home/put on website ... everything else people do with photos)
  • Headphones - so you don't disturb others when you play music loud.
  • Batteries - rechargeable (save money)
  • Multi plug adaptor/extension cables - to give you more than the normal 2/4 sockets


Study Time

  • Pens & Pencils
  • Desk lamp (Halogen)
  • Diary/planner - to keep track of assignments
  • Dictionary and thesaurus
  • A4 lined notebooks
  • Highlighters – to underline the important points
  • Post-it notes
  • Paper clips
  • Stamps and envelopes
  • White tact to stick your timetables or pictures on the wall



A lot of the kitchen stuff will depend if you're going self-catering or not. Contact your university’s residential to have accurate information about service provided to you.

  • Knives, forks and spoons
  • Plates, bowls, mugs & glasses(plastic)
  • Tupperware containers
  • Shot glasses
  • Kettle
  • One-person casserole dish
  • Small frying or omelette pan
  • 1 small, 1 large saucepan with lids
  • Tin opener & Bottle opener
  • Scissors
  • Cheese grater
  • Spatula - good for a washing up implement.
  • Potato Masher (only if you are a fan of mash)
  • Recipe book for beginners
  • Essential ingredients that could found only in your home country
  • Microwaveable bowl
  • Cling film
  • Tin foil
  • Oven gloves
  • Chopsticks
  • Snacks


  • Sheets & Blankets
  • Duvet and duvet covers
  • Pillows & pillow cases
  • Mattress cover
  • Hot water bottle
  • Inflatable mattress and pump - for your mates when they visit
  • Clothes Hangers
  • Alarm Clock
  • Ear Plug


  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Wash Bag
  • Bath mat
  • Bath and hand towels
  • Basket for shower supplies
  • Shower gel / Soap
  • Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Nail clippers
  • Deodorant & Perfume
  • Towel
  • Hair gel
  • Hair spray
  • Hairbrush
  • Comb
  • Razor
  • Shaving cream/gel
  • Lip balm

Outdoor & Leisure

  • Sports gear
  • Raincoat
  • Umbrella
  • Pack of card
  • Ball - rugby ball/football for friendly matches/made up games
  • Frisbee


  • Any personal medication & Prescription
  • Multivitamins
  • Painkillers
  • Condoms/pill
  • Basic first aid kit - plasters, antiseptic wipes, bandages
  • Glasses & prescription -if you wear it
  • Paracetamol
  • Some cold/flu remedy
  • Anti-allergy pills – such as Piriton anti-allergy tablets


  • Febreeze - To stop clothes / fabric getting to smelly
  • Laundry bag
  • Clothes horse
  • Coat hangers
  • Dustpan and brush – but most unis should provide this
  • Kitchen towel
  • cleaning products


  • Dressing gown
  • Slippers
  • T-shirts
  • Jumpers
  • Trousers
  • Underwear
  • Socks
  • Shoes/trainers
  • Flip flops - for wearing in showers / communal wash areas
  • Swimwear
  • Ball gowns/ eveningwear.
  • Shirt and tie for any smart event


  • Sweets or biscuits - to distribute to flatmates
  • Large suitcase - to put things in when going home
  • A spare lightbulb
  • Torch - for power cuts and looking under desks/chairs/beds
  • Small sewing kit - just in case you need to do a quick fix on a rip or Small toolkit
  • Fan

Female specific items

  • Hair Ties/clips
  • Make up
  • Jewellery Box
  • Jewellery
  • Moisturiser
  • Nail Varnish
  • Hair removing cream
  • Hair dryer /straighteners
  • Tampons /sanitary towels
Online Courses VS Distance Learning Courses

Online courses and distance learning courses , these study modes are more for people who work, has children and do not have time to go in classes every week.But study tis way is not really easy, you need to be focused on your work as well as be a self-motivator, and take the challenge to go for it and get it.

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How could you finance your studies?

Making a decision to enter higher education is a huge step especially for people with particular responsibilities or those who want to be independent and pay their own studies.

Regarding studies one of the most common issues that comes back is the funding. With many countries still seeing rising tuition fees, alongside cuts to government-funded financial aid, obtaining sufficient funding and managing debt are often the biggest obstacles facing students who wish to pursue further education.

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