Education in Mauritius

Requirements for International Students to Study in Mauritius

To pursue an undergraduate course in Mauritius, an international student has to pass O-level or an equivalent 10+2 degree with English as a compulsory language. International students also need to qualify in SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test). Students not possessing a recognized qualification in English need to qualify in TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language)/IELTS (International English Language Tests Systems) or such similar examinations.

Colleges in Mauritius

Some of the most popular colleges in Mauritius are:

  • Sir Seewosagur Ramgoolam MedicalCollege
  • The Mauritius College of the Air
  • Mauras College of Dentistry
  • Padmashree Dr. D.Y. Patil Medical College
  • Mauritius Institute of Education
  • The Mahatma Gandhi Institute
  • Anna Medical College & Research Centre
  • Glamis Business School

Universities in Mauritius

  • University of Mauritius
  • University of Technology, Mauritius
  • SSR Medical College
  • Courses to Study in Mauritius

    The scholarships offered by the government of Mauritius are:

  • Postgraduate Scholarships offered by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
  • Formulaire de Candidature Communique (toward postgraduate studies)
  • Communique-Scholarships from the Russian Federation
  • Award of Commonwealth Scholarships in the United Kingdom
  • Communique-Scholarships from Germany
  • Mexico – Scholarship Program for Foreigners 2012
  • Scholarships from AustriaEducational Expenses in Mauritius

    Mauritius has two types of institutes- government and private. The fee for a higher education in government institutes is negligible whereas the fee of private institutes is little expensive. The living expenses vary from $300 to $1,000, depending on whether the student opts for a rented apartment or becomes a paying guest or live in a hostel. The other monthly expenses are around $400 to $700.

    Students’ Visa to Pursue Education in Mauritius

    A Mauritian student visa is offered on submission of the following documents:

  • Application form (for Student visa)
  • Passport (Valid for a minimum period of 6 months)
  • Passport size photo (1)
  • Letter of acceptance form from respective Mauritius Institute (for Student Visa)
  • Medical Examination ReportEducation System in Mauritius

    The education system in Mauritius is categorized into 4 main sectors – pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary. The government of Mauritius provides free education to its citizens from pre-primary to tertiary levels. The detailed of these sectors are as follows:

    Pre-primary: PPUs or pre-primary units in both private and government schools are regulated by the ECCEA (Early Childhood Care and Education Authority), so that all children get equal and quality education.

    Primary: It starts when a child attains 5 years of age. The primary education continues till standard VI.

    Secondary: Based on the national ranking in the primary level, students are admitted to different secondary schools.

    Tertiary: In this level the students are offered many fields of specialization. There are various colleges and universities offering different academic programs.

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