While traditional destinations like US, UK, Canada, and Australia are expecting a decline in the number of international applications this year, smaller countries have already received more Indian applicants. Campuses in New Zealand, Sweden, Israel etc have begun reopening for foreign students
2016 marked the start of a steep decline of new enrollees, something expected to continue with fresh rules limiting student visas, competition from other countries, and a haphazard coronavirus response. The effect on the workforce will be considerable, experts predict, no matter the outcome of November's election.
It is important for applicants to stay alert, watch the situation, analyze their options, and most importantly, utilize this time to stay up to date with your preparation.
Selected students will get an annual scholarship of 80,000 NIS per year (Rs 17 lakh approx). Interested candidates must apply directly to the relevant Israeli university. Scholarship recipients will be notified by the university by February 15, 2021.
Datar, an alumnus of the University of Bombay and IIM-Ahmedabad, is the second consecutive dean hailing from India to lead the prestigious 112-year-old institution.
The new Student Route improves on the previous Tier 4 route by making it more streamlined for sponsoring institutions and their students, creating clearer pathways for students, and ensuring the UK remains competitive in a changing global education market.
The UK's new post-study work visa, or Graduate Route, comes in force from the 2020-21 academic year. It can further boost Indian student applications to UK universities, given the option of being able to apply for work at the end of a degree course.
The findings are part of an ongoing survey by QS of prospective international students and how the Covid crisis has impacted their study plans.
These unprecedented times should in fact inspire us to work harder and contribute towards building a self-reliant, modern, prosperous and happy India. For the hundreds of challenges we face, we have the capacity to provide billions of solutions, said Taranjit Singh Sandhu
As international students, we are suffering from financial hardship as a result of COVID-19. We don't have part-time jobs and our family members are unable to support us in this pandemic. At the moment we are forced to use [the] food bank and [are] struggling with accommodation costs, a student said
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'As we navigate these uncertain times together, please do not forget that your future as engineering graduates is brighter than ever before. Indeed, an important lesson we learned during this unprecedented crisis is the vital role that science and technology play,' wrote the dean.
Students will get an allowance of 1,17,000 yen per month. A supplemental regional allowance of 2,000 yen or 3,000 yen per month will be added to the monthly scholarship amount for the grantees studying or conducting research in specially designated regions.
Under the current rules, the UK is set to open up a new “Graduate” visa route, commonly referred to as a post-study visa, for the 2020-21 intake to UK universities.
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With more than 200,000 students, India accounts for the second largest number of international students in the US.
From fee-waivers to online courses, from virtual tours to provisional admissions and the option to join on-campus at any time, foreign universities are luring Indian students who make the second-highest influx of international exchange. But is it a wise option to study abroad this session?
Organised by the Embassy of India Student Hub, the event was aimed at recognising the students' academic accomplishments and boosting their morale in the face of the continuing uncertainty caused by the pandemic.
Both THE and SI-UK will hold a free webinar on May 27 on 'International Students in the UK and Covid-19: What Happens Next?'. THE in an official statement said that the webinar aims to provide a clear picture to Asian students contemplating studying in the UK.
A new 24/7 international student support service, through the NSW Government COVID-19 hotline (13 77 88), will offer free advice and information about other measures
What will be the future of those Indian students who are courageous enough to take that step, possibly beginning courses online or stepping off a plane into a still emerging reality?
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According to counsellors, the situation looks grim and might affect long term plans for many