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Want to 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.

Nowadays many campus as well as many accommodations are available for international students. This is becoming more & more famous for international students to come and study in Mauritius as while being in one of the most beautiful settings in the world they enjoying student life. Students leaves Mauritius with a recognised qualification as well as so much memories in the mind.

Study abroad, which country and University to choose?

First of all, the web site has been developed to help you learn about studies, compare the different options and hopefully make your right choice

The cost of studying varies enormously on the choice of subject, Universities as well as the countries! It is important to know the budget that each of us can afford and to search accordingly.

You should inform yourself in advance about the country. Each country is different and has its own requirements, you should carefully get informed about all visa requirements and procedures, permits, documents that you need and mainly how long does it take to get clearance.

It is very important to make sure you look at the overall ranking of the universities you will choose. You should also know if the university is recognized as well as the course you will be doing.

Have you thought about studying in ‘Online or Open distance learning’?

Online learning is a way of studying for an internationally recognized qualification without needing to attend classes on campus. All your materials are given online as well as tutorials. It is aimed at those who wish to study for an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification alongside work or other commitments.

Open Distance Learning (ODL) is a different way of learning because there is a physical distance between you and your university. This means that you may have all the materials online but you may also go through classes if you wish to. And the most important is that you will need to go to the campus for examinations. This is compulsory to validate your semesters.

Study in ‘Alternance’! Where and how it works.

‘Alternance’ means Training while studying at the same time. This type of training is one of the best concept as while studying you gain experience. At the end of your programme you are fully equipped in terms of experience and you are ready to go and work. Here in Mauritius, you have some institution who provide you with this type of studies which are certainy worth considering.

Student accommodation in Mauritius, where to stay?

The first residence entirely dedicated to student accommodation in Mauritius

Advantageously located on the sunny west coast, your home from home with as much privacy or community as you wish.

With its three levels of privacy and convenience for you to choose from in terms of accommodation and budget, and up to 144 fellow resident students to make friends with, Student Life Residences enables you to strike your own perfect balance between the two and thus be your own master in your own home at all times.

Three types of accommodation for you to choose from:

  • Studio Flats
  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Bedrooms in shared apartments
Facilities
  • Social spaces
  • Common living room
  • Outside gathering area with BBQ available and sports possibilities
  • Sservices included 24/7 Security (warden on site)
  • Free shuttle to Phoenix, students’ support team
  • Fiber optic internet & Sattelite TV in the living room

Rental fees

We make it a must to provide you with ultimate comfort and low-maintenance rooms at an affordable price. Check our rental fees for a 10-months or 12-months stay:

  • Studio Flat MUR 10,000 (12 months) MUR 11,000 (10 months)
  • En-suite bedroom MUR 9,150 (12 months) MUR 10,000 (10 months)
  • Bedroom in shared apartment MUR 7,500 (12 months) MUR 8,130 (10 months)

One inclusive price helps with your budget: Includes water, electricity, on-site warden services, 24/7 security, students’ support team, TV and internet access in the common lounge.

Discounted rates

Enjoy a 5% discount on the overall invoice if you make an upfront payment upon your arrival.

Contact Us
Student Life Team
Coastal Road, Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius
Black River
Mauritius

Phone : (230)-4529293
Fax : (230)-4529025
Email : information@studentlife.mu

Compare the different cost of study per country.

At the moment, annual costs are roughly estimated at:

  • Canada – Rs 750,000 +
  • Australia – Rs 1,000, 000 –Rs 1,400,000
  • UK – Rs 900,000 – Rs 1,300,000
  • USA – Rs 900,000 – Rs 1,300,000
  • Malaysia – Rs 300,000 – Rs 500,000
  • South Africa – Rs 400,000 +
  • Switzerland – Rs 900,000 – Rs 1,300,000
  • China – Rs 500,000 +
  • New Zealand – Rs 850,000 – Rs 1,100,000
  • India – Rs 500,000 +
  • Hungary – Rs 900,000
  • Vietnam – Rs 600,000
How to finance your studies? The different options.

If you recently finished your secondary studies, figuring out how to finance your studies is probably one of the biggest hurdles you’ll face. The good news is, as a student, you may be eligible for financial support to help fund your studies. There are many different options – from scholarships and bursaries, to finding a part-time job or applying for a study loan. Don’t let anything stand in your way of getting an education.

Financial institutions:

  • Banks
  • Scholarships
  • Educational insurances
  • Part-time jobs
  • Social security

BANKS: There are a number of public and private financial institutions that offer student loans. They offer competitive interest rates and flexible repayment terms to suit your needs.

SCHOLARSHIPS: A number universities offer scholarships and bursaries to students. Let’s have a look on the different scholarship available: Scholarship

EDUCATIONAL INSURANCE:  The child education policy is a life insurance product specially designed as a savings tool to provide an amount of money when your child reaches the age for entry into college (18 years and above).

PART TIME JOBS: A part-time contract is a form of employment that carries fewer hours per week than a full-time job. This can help a student to save money & to study at the same time.

SOCIAL SECURITY: This financial help comes from the government who propose to help those who are in needs and willing to pursuit their studies.

What is the difference between a certificate, diploma and degree?

There are three major categories of degrees available for post secondary students: bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, which can take 2 to 8 years.

Certificate:

An Undergraduate Certificate is the same as the first year of an undergraduate degree.

Certificate programs cover a specific area of study.

Diploma:

Those who are interested in increasing their knowledge in a particular discipline without entering a formal degree program may wish to pursue an education in a diploma program which is the same as the second year of an undergraduate degree.

Bachelor’s Degrees:

A bachelor’s degree program is an undergraduate program that usually takes three to four years to complete. It requires that students choose a major area of study.

Different types of degrees available in a bachelor’s degree program include the following:

  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

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