FAQs for Online Part Time Courses in German, Japanese and Communicative Marathi

For queries regarding online admissions for part time courses join us on the whatsapp group 'FEEDBACK ONLINE ADMISSIONS' at https://chat.whatsapp.com/HE1MUSrFAjr0OT9grZLpYl

Please use the Google Chrome browser for accessing the admission portal.

Before admission keep these ready

i Online payment details 

ii. Photo (less than 200 KB)

iii. Id (Aadhar / Driving License / Pan Card / Election Card / Passport) (less than 200 KB)

iv. Examination X Std / XII Std / Degree Certificate (less than 200 KB)

v. For intermediate and advanced courses qualifying certificates as per eligibility given in the overview.

University of Mumbai students of part time courses in GERMAN, who have appeared for the exams in March 2020 should upload the list of eligible candidates reflecting their names. (less than 200 KB)

vi. For intermediate and advanced courses qualifying certificates as per eligibility given in the overview.

University of Mumbai students of part time courses in JAPANESE, who have appeared for the test in July 2020 should wait for the list of eligible candidates reflecting their names. (less than 200 KB) 

1. Click on the link admission.mu.ac.in (Please use the Google Chrome browser for accessing the admission portal.)

2. Click on 'register now' and DO NOT log in.

3. Select the course type and language.

4. Select the course. Click on NEXT

5. Select the batch. Click on NEXT

7. Verify the information regarding the eligibility and batch details. 

8. Click on NEXT and click YES if you are eligible for the course.

9. Enter your personal details.

10. Upload documents (each document should be less than 200 KB). Click on NEXT.

11. You will receive an OTP in your registered email.

12. Enter the OTP here and click on NEXT.

13. You will be redirected to the payment gateway. DO NOT press back or refresh

after this stage till the payment is completed.

14. If you are logged in from the phone, DO NOT leave this window till the payment is completed.

15. After successful completion of the payment, a Pdf of the the receipt will be sent on your registered email id. keep it till the completion of the course.

16. If batch allocation changes due to technical reasons, you will be informed by email. 

 TROUBLESHOOTERS

1. Do I log in in the portal?

Ans.: No. Login is not enabled for students yet. Please click on Register Now to take your admission. After admission do not go to login or other portals. You will be informed once they are enabled.

2. I have started the process but discontinued due to some reason. What do I do now?

Ans.: Please wait for one hour and then click Register Now and continue the process.  Do not log in. The details entered will already be filled in the form.

3. Money has got deducted, but I did not get a confirmation message. What do I do?

Ans.: Please mention your full name and course details on the whatsapp group https://chat.whatsapp.com/HE1MUSrFAjr0OT9grZLpYl

We will confirm the status. If the payment is received you will get a confirmation via email. If the payment has not been effected from payment gateway or your bank it will get reversed automatically within 4-5 working days for netbanking and within 3 working days for other modes of payment.

4. Till when can I take admission?

Ans.: Admissions are on a first come first serve basis. You can take admissions till there is vacancy.

GENERAL FAQs

1. What does online mean?

Ans.: Online means classes will be offered by our teachers online in face-to-face communication (synchronous mode). There will be no pre-recorded sessions.

2. Will it be entirely online?

Ans.: Yes, all part-time classes shall be totally online for this year.

3. Is it a correspondence course?

Ans.: It is not a correspondence course. Online attendance and class participation shall be compulsory.

4. How do I know whether I am eligible to take admission to a course?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/overview to check whether you are eligible for the course.

5. Can I apply for more than one part-time course at a time?

Ans.: Yes, provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory.

FAQs for B.A. in German Studies

1. Do I need to know German to take admission to B.A. in German Studies?

Ans.: No. Prior knowledge of German is not required at all. 

2. Can I take direct admission to S.Y.B.A. (Second Year of Bachelor of Arts) in German?

Ans.: Yes, if you have already done first year of any Bachelor’s programme from a recognized University and possess B1 level of proficiency in German.

3. What does online mean? Will it be entirely online?

Ans.: In the first semester certainly all lectures shall be totally online. In the later semesters there will be blended mode (partly online, partly contact phase), depending on the pandemic situation - but with student friendly contact phases.

 

4. Is it a correspondence programme?

Ans.: It is not a correspondence programme, but a regular full-time degree programme. Online attendance and class participation shall be compulsory. There will be synchronous (face-to-face) teaching.

 

5. How do I know whether I am eligible to take admission to a programme?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/overview to check whether you are eligible for the programme.

 

6. Can I apply for more than one programme at a time?

Ans.: Yes. You may register for full-time two programmes at a time provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory. Or you may register for one full-time and other part-time courses provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory.

FAQs for M.A. / M.A. (Hons.) in German Studies

1. What does online mean? Will it be entirely online?

Ans.: In the first semester certainly all lectures shall be totally online. In the later semesters there will be blended mode (partly online, partly contact phase), depending on the pandemic situation - but with student friendly contact phases.

 

2. Is it a correspondence programme?

Ans.: It is not a correspondence programme, but a regular full-time degree programme. Online attendance and class participation shall be compulsory. There will be synchronous (face-to-face) teaching.

3. How do I know whether I am eligible to take admission to a programme?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/overview to check whether you are eligible for the programme.

 

4. What is the difference between M.A. and M.A.(Hons.) in German Studies?

Ans.: Students with more than 55% (50% for students belonging to reserved category) at the Bachelors’ level shall be admitted to the Hons. Programme.

M.A. (Hons.) students will receive 120 credits upon completion of the programme.

M.A. in German Studies is a programme with 100 credits.

 

5. How do I prepare for the entrance test?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/m-a-hons-in-german-studies

 

6. Can I apply for more than one programme at a time?

Ans.: Yes. You may register for two full-time programmes at a time provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory. Or you may register for one full-time programme and other part-time courses provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory.

 

FAQs for Ph.D. in German Studies

1. What is the eligibility for Ph.D. in German Studies? 

Ans.: M.A. in German Studies + UGC NET / PET / M.Phil.

 

2. How do I register myself for Ph.D. in German Studies? 

Ans.: https://www.german-mu.com/ph-d-in-german-studies

 

FAQs for B.A. in Chinese Studies

1. Do I need to know Chinese to take admission to BA in Chinese Studies? 

Ans.: No. Prior knowledge of Chinese is not required at all.

 

2. Can I take direct admission to S.Y.B.A. (Second Year of Bachelor of Arts) in Chinese?

Ans.: Yes, if you have already done first year of any Bachelor’s programme from a recognized University and possess HSK3 level of proficiency in Chinese Mandarin. 

 

3. What does online mean? Will it be entirely online?

Ans.: In the first semester certainly, all lectures shall be totally online. In the later semesters there will be blended mode (partly online, partly contact phase), depending on the pandemic situation - but with student friendly contact phases.

 

4. Is it a correspondence programme?

Ans.: It is not a correspondence programme, but a regular full-time degree programme. Online attendance and class participation shall be compulsory. There will be synchronous (face-to-face) teaching.

 

5. How do I know whether I am eligible to take admission to a programme?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/overview to check whether you are eligible for the programme.

 

6. Can I apply for more than one programme at a time?

Ans.: Yes. You may register for two full-time programmes at a time provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory. Or you may register for one full-time programme and other part-time courses provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory.

Department of German
University of Mumbai
Ranade Bhavan, First Floor, R. No. 111
Santacruz (East), Mumbai 400 098

 

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Website: www.german-mu.com / www.mu.ac.in/german  

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