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MIU Charter Inauguration ceremony at Malaysia. You can see former Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Malaysian Prime Minister Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak
Delhi, (India): Manipal International University, Malaysia offering Global Engineering B-Tech and this is the golden opportunity to participate in a Spot Admission event at Delhi on 11 July, 2014.
The School of Science and Engineering at Manipal International University (MIU) aims to be at the forefront of scientific and technical education and research in the south-east asian region.

The School of Science and Engineering will focus on 6 core disciplines, each of which will be offered over a period of 4 years (8 semesters).

• Bachelors of Civil Engineering (Hons)
• Bachelors of Chemical Engineering (Hons)
• Bachelors of Computer Engineering (Hons)
• Bachelors of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Hons)
• Bachelors of Electronics Engineering (Communication) (Hons)
• Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering (Hons)

COURSE FEE (4 YEARS): Malaysian Ringgit:70,300* or INR: 12,90,000 approx. The total cost of program including all expenses is estimated between INR 26 Lakh to INR Lakh (depending on lifestyle of the student)

There are a few scholarships available for Indian students of up-to 30% waiver.

PLACEMENTS: All MIU students are eligible for International Placements at Malaysia and also be part of placements through Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal in India

Representatives from Manipal International University (Malaysia) will be present at the counselling venue as per the schedule below:

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