Manipal Institute of Technology focuses on all round growth while exploring the latest
developments in science and technology.

Research & Innovation

  • 10 Patents filed
  • 130 research papers published
  • Rs. 65 lakhs plus worth of research grants
  • Industry partnerships with Intel Technology,Microsoft, IBM, Cisco, GE, TCS, Infosys, EMC2, HCL, Cognizant, among others.


  • Quality placements across diverse streams in top companies
  • Practice School for providing hands-on industry exposure
  • State-of-the-art technology labs and teaching infrastructure
  • Unique Innovation Centre to promote research and industry driven projects

International Collaborations

  • BE Aeronautical Engineering
  • BE Automobile Engineering
  • BE Biomedical Engineering
  • BE Biotechnology Engineering
  • BE Chemical Engineering
  • BE Civil Engineering
  • BE Computer Science & Engineering
  • BE Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • BE Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • BE Industrial & Production Engineering
  • BE Information Technology
  • BE Instrumentation & Control Engineering
  • BE Mechanical Engineering
  • BE Mechatronics
  • BE Printing Technology
  • Bachelor of Architecture


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Life at Manipal

Campuses at Manipal and Mangalore provide a cosmopolitan and congenial atmosphere in which students from over 52 countries create lifelong friendships. Manipal, a classic mix of cultures, provides a wonderful opportunity for dialogue and understanding of cultures. Students can join clubs for music and fine arts, literary pursuits, meditation, yoga, debating and photography.

Geography & Weather

Manipal is situated in the rocky yet lush green hinterland of Malabar (Konkan) Coast of southwest India. It is about 150 meters above the sea level and about 12 kms from the Arabian Sea. It nestles between the hill ranges of the Western Ghats and the blue waters of the Arabian Sea. It overlooks a narrow coastal plain through which the picturesque Swarna River meanders its way to the city.

Added to it is the natural beauty that surrounds Manipal and Mangalore, the pristine beaches, the lush greenery of the Western Ghats, the several picnic spots along the coast line make it just the right place for all those who come here in the pursuit of professional education.

The weather is tropical and is hot with high levels of humidity between November to May. The region receives moderate to heavy rainfall between June to October and the temperatures range from a minimum of 24 degree C to a high of 38 degree C.


The infrastructure at Manipal University can be compared with the best in the world. The campus covers a total area of 500 acres. All the constituent colleges of the University are supported by:

Library: The University is home to the largest library in Asia for an educational institution. The Health Sciences Library of Manipal University is a modern facility extending over 150,000 square feet on six floors, and can accommodate 1300 users at a time.

Besides the Central Health Sciences library there are libraries for every constituent college for their respective disciplines.

Anatomy Museum: The University is home to the largest library in Asia for an educational institution. The Health Sciences Library of Manipal University is a modern facility extending over 150,000 square feet on six floors, and can accommodate 1300 users at a time.

Simulation Labs: Manipal University is the only University in Asia to have a Medical Simulation Center to provide hands-on experience to the students. The centre has the most complex, interactive, computer-based training units such as the SimMan and SimBaby.

Wi-Fi Campus: Manipal University campus provides Wi-Fi hotspots spread across the campus. Laptops packaged with all campus services are provided to UG students of Medical, Dental, Engineering and Architecture for their computing, communication and presentation requirements.

Hostels & Food Courts: The residential facilities at Manipal are comparable to some of the best in the world. The Food Courts at Manipal with a combined seating capacity of over 3,000 cater to the needs of the students of different cultures. The Food Courts also house popular brands like Pizza Corner, Subway, Noodle King, Barrista, Bread Basket, Asian K Flavor, Hangyo, etc.

Sports: The campuses have playgrounds and courts for cricket, hockey, football, tennis, basketball, badminton and volleyball. There are swimming pools, gymnasium and athletics track.

MARENA: MARENA is a 6 storey, state-of-the-art indoor sports complex which houses not just India’s largest gymnasium but also a football pitch, badminton courts, basketball courts, squash courts and a 200 meter synthetic jogging track.

Getting to Manipal University

Manipal is well connected by road, rail and air. There are two main cities close to Manipal that serve as entry points, Udupi and Mangalore. Udupi is 5 kms from Manipal and Mangalore is 65 kms away.

By Air: The nearest airport is at Mangalore which is one and half hours’ drive by road. There are daily domestic flights from Mumbai and Bangalore. Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and King Fisher fly to Mangalore. There are direct international flights to Mangalore from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Doha, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait. Prepaid taxis are available at the Mangalore airport.

By Road: Manipal is well connected with the major cities in Karnataka and buses run between Mangalore and Manipal frequently.

By Train: The closest railway stations are Udupi and Mangalore. These railway stations lie on the Konkan route connecting the north and the south along the west coast. Delhi and Mumbai (to the north) and Ernakulam (to the south) are linked to Udupi station. Mangalore station is connected to Chennai, Delhi, Trivandrum and Mumbai. Those travelling from Kolkata will have to travel via Chennai and then take a connecting train to Mangalore. There is also a train operating from Jammu to Mangalore once a week.

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