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Study abroad programs expected to resume fall 2021

After six quarters of canceled overseas trips, undergraduate study abroad programs are currently set to return for Fall Quarter 2021, according to Northwestern’s Global Learning Office website. Read

Study Abroad: Know Which 85 Countries Indian Students Go To and Their Popularity

Pursuing higher studies abroad is an increasingly popular trend among young Indian students. Going overseas for higher studies is driven by a variety of factors including quality of education, international exposure, scholarships etc. Read

Studying MBA in US to be more desirable under Biden’s administration

The USA is the most popular, coveted study abroad destination for international students due to the attractive opportunities, it provides for career and personal growth. Read

Adelphi University

Adelphi University’s roots reach back to 1863 and the founding of the Adelphi Academy, a private preparatory school in Brooklyn, New York. The Academy was incorporated in 1869 and its

Study Abroad Persists Despite Pandemic

With the continuing spread of COVID-19, students have been disappointed to find new complications surrounding their study abroad plans. Read

More students are choosing to study in Canada over the US

The UK and Canada are now more popular study abroad destinations than the US, according to several surveys by educations.com. Read

Developing the right profile to study abroad and having a unique learning experience

1) Strong numbers:- According to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), there were an estimated 10.9 lakh Indians studying abroad as of July 2019. Read

All you need to know about education in Germany during the pandemic

According to recent figures released by the uni-assist, and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), almost 60,000 prospective international students from over 180 countries, applied for admission to a German university for the winter semester 2020. Read

Student exchange projects with India part of new UK education strategy

As part of its latest set of post-Brexit moves, the UK government on Saturday set out more details from its International Education Strategy which would see greater student exchange projects with countries such as India. Read

Best UK scholarships for international students in 2021-22

A UK education opens doors, wherever you are or go in the world. UK scholarships ensure you get this opportunity to join an illustrious list of alumni, no matter your financial background. Read

Brexit’s impact on studying or working in the UK: An expert answers all your questions

The United Kingdom became the first country to legally and constitutionally leave the European Union at the end of January 2021, commencing an 11-month transition period to negotiate a deal before December 2020. Read

Study abroad programs are flexible to uncertain future of safe travel

City College’s study abroad department postponed this year’s summer programs but is moving forward with their fall program in London with the knowledge that adjustments may be made. Read

Explore Study Abroad and Discover a World of Opportunity

Studying abroad is one of the most valuable investments students can make to prepare for the future. Read

Adjusting to 'new realities' in admissions process, College Board eliminates SAT's optional essay and subject tests

The College Board will eliminate the SAT's optional essay and do away with its subject tests amid a chaotic college admissions landscape marred by the coronavirus pandemic. Read

India plans virtual universities to drive up higher education enrolment rates

Only about one in four Indians in the university-going age group is enrolled in a higher education programme. Read

ENZ welcomes further international student cohort

Education New Zealand Manapou ki te Ao (ENZ) welcomes the Minister’s announcement allowing border exceptions for up to 1,000 bachelors degree-level (or higher) international students. Read

Applicationa for J N Tata Endowment loan scholarshipfor Indian students to study abroad

Applications for the J N Tata Endowment Loan Scholarship, which aims to provide partial financial aid to students from India wishing to study abroad, are now available for the 2021-22 academic year. Read

International students will get more consume power

The current health crisis has significantly shaken up the traditional global higher education ecosystem in man yways – from the delivery and cost of degrees. Read

The impacts of Covid-19 on the international education sector in Germany

In recent years Germany has become the most popular non-English speaking country for students, as detailed in a study by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German Center for Higher Education and Science Studies (DZHW). Read

Does UK universities global rhetoric match reality?

United Kingdom universities talk a good talk when it comes to higher education internationalisation, but an independent expert who is analysing the strategic plans of 140 member. Read

Biden Promises Immigration Reform to Bring More International Talent to the US

Beginning his journey as the next US President, Joe Biden, took to overhauling the US immigration law, which if approved by the Congress, would lead to an easier pathway for researchers, science students and engineers to travel to the country.

COVID-19 and study permits for Canada: What international students need to know

In a normal year, hundreds of thousands of international students come to Canada to pursue their studies. But, as you know, the 2020/2021 school year is not normal. Read

Week-long Delhi Education Conference concludes

(PTI) Political will leading to educational reforms, building inclusive administrative tools to support teacher training and students'' learning moving away from "heavy content-based syllabi" to a reduced. Read

20 Indian-Americans get key roles in Joe Biden administration

Less than 100 hours ahead of his historic inauguration, US President-elect Joe Biden has either nominated or named at least 20 Indian Americans, including 13 women, to key positions in his administration. Read

Destination USA: Law schools offer different degrees

In the series on popular fields of study in the United States, we have so far discussed the fields of engineering, business, aeronautics & aviation, nursing, education, journalism & communication, and most recently public health. Read

Indian students to face fierce competition for graduate programmes in the US in 2021: How to manage

2021 will be an increasingly competitive year for Indian students planning to pursue graduate studies in the US. Read

'Hear our voices more': advocating for more inclusive Princeton for international students

Won-Jae Chang is an 18-year old Princeton student who holds a South Korean passport but has lived abroad his entire life — New York, Virginia, Costa Rica, and Saudi Arabia. Read

10 great value US universities

Do you fancy studying in the best university system in the world? Would you like a qualification that is globally recognised?  Read

From the classroom: A dual degree in France and the US

Safia Southey hails from New York and is currently busy studying for a Dual BA Programme with Sciences Po and Columbia University — an Ivy League college. Read

USA's IIT Chicago is opening up new horizons for indian students

While education remains hugely affected due to the pandemic outbreak, the tech-focussed IIT Chicago has gone overboard to provide quality education in these testing times. Read

Cambridge University unveils free course for disadvantaged students

The University of Cambridge on Wednesday launched a free one-year foundation year course targeted at talented students from backgrounds of educational and social disadvantage in the UK as a new route to address the world-renowned institution’s diversity agenda. Read

Students use ‘experts’ for GRE from home: Govt, US alerted

Cheating by students taking the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) online from their homes, following the Covid-19 outbreak, has been red-flagged by the largest Indian franchise of US-based The Princeton Review. Read

Future Wise podcast | What happens to your study abroad plans in 2021?

Amidst the Coronavirus outbreak and new strains of the virus being discovered across the world, students are the most worried lot. Read

Just 4% drop in Indian students in US univs, pandemic delayed plans

There was a 16 per cent drop in foreign students enrolled in US universities in the fall of 2020 as compared to the same period last year, data from the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) report shows. Read

UK to pay more than £100m a year to fund study abroad after Brexit

More than £100m will be spent on the post-Brexit replacement of the Erasmus exchange programme for UK students next year, it has been announced. Read

How to deal with the challenges of studying abroad amid a pandemic

It’s scary enough to think about the prospect of studying abroad in a foreign country. Read

Overseas study should be encouraged despite headwinds

The Chinese people have always attached special importance to education. In the 20th century, China has gone through a long, arduous journey from one-teacher schools to world-class universities and achieved excellence in different fields including science and technology. Read

Covid 19 coronavirus: Agency floats possible 500 overseas students a month from January

An official agency has floated the possibility of letting 500 overseas students into New Zealand every month from January.

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Ensure your financial documents are in order before applying to varsities

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My son recently completed his BTech in Information Science. He has got a job offer from a multinational company but he wishes to pursue MS, preferably in the US. Read

Global Student RFID Tracking Systems Industry

2 Billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 6.6% over the analysis period 2020-2027. Tags, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is projected to record a 7.2% CAGR. Read

The top reason to study in Germany? Survey says it’s tuition-free unis

Close to 60% of international students chose to study in Germany without considering any other study destinations first, found a recent survey. Read

Study-abroad hub Australia wants students back -- in small doses

Before the coronavirus pandemic halted global travel, Australia enjoyed a steady stream of foreign students thanks to its proximity to Asia and moderate weather. Read

Over 10 lakh Indians went abroad to study in 2019. Where did they go?

In 2019, a total of 10.9 lakh Indian students had travelled overseas for higher education according to data collated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). Read

COVID-19 Vaccine Gives Hope To International Students

In light of the COVID-19 vaccine news nearly a quarter of international students (21%) have said that they want to bring forward their plans to study abroad. 

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IU Bloomington ranks 5th nationally in number of students who studied abroad in 2018-19

Indiana University once again broke records in the 2018-19 academic year for the number of students who participated in study abroad programs. Read

‘Beauty industry is expected to grow more with e-commerce’ says Ms Falguni Nayar

Ms. Falguni Nayar, Founder & CEO, Nykaa shared that as a specialist in IPO’s, she got many opportunities to meet entrepreneurs who had a clear vision for their business.Read

Finding the right blend: Business education in a post-Covid world

It wasn’t too long ago when schools and universities in the UAE and all over the world had to scramble to move courses online almost overnight.

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Commonwealth Master Scholarship to study in UK: Check application details

Commonwealth Master Scholarship programme: The applications have been invited for the Commonwealth Master’ Scholarship programme 2021 for pursuing one year master’s degree course in the United Kingdom. 

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Revenue and expenditures for public colleges, CEGEPs and polytechnics increase in 2018/2019

Similar to universities, student college fees represent an increasing share of revenues. They rose from one-quarter (24.8%) of total revenues in 2014/2015 to account for just under one-third (32.2%) of the $9.8 billion in total revenue for colleges in 2018/2019. 

In South Korea, Poorer Students Hit Harder by COVID-19 Restrictions

Like many students around the world, children in South Korea are struggling with distance learning because of coronavirus health restrictions.

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A year in review: Covering education during a pandemic

Education stories were some of the biggest and most important stories nationally this year. Locally, they hit even harder.

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OPINION: How studying abroad changed me

I have never worked harder for anything in my life. I have never gotten straight A's until I was a senior in high school. I studied day and night, non-stop.

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Study abroad consultants pin hopes on next year’s student intake

Even as students’ plans to study abroad fell flat this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, education consultants are pinning hopes on next year’s student intake.

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Top 5 courses for Indian students to study abroad in 2021

Global education is a life-changing experience, which is why each year millions of Indian students choose to study abroad. 

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Why Joe Biden’s win in the US is great news for Indian students

Joe Biden (of the Democratic Party) will be the next American President. What does this mean for study-abroad plans of Indian students? We expect that, under him, the US will once again become an attractive hotspot for Indian students.

Over 91% of Indian Students Wish to Study Abroad Despite COVID-19: Study

A recent study revealed that over 91% of students in India want to go ahead with their study abroad plans despite COVID-19 challenges. The respondents have said that they want to study abroad as soon as the situation starts returning to normalcy. 

University of Auckland announces micro-internship programme

The University of Auckland launched a virtual micro-internship programme for international students both in New Zealand and those studying with the University from overseas.

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Australia hosts first group of overseas students since virus

A charter flight carrying 63 students from mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Vietnam and Indonesia landed Monday in the northern city of Darwin.

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Is a master's degree in data science abroad worth it in a post-Covid world?

There is a high demand for skilled data science professionals in India right now. But would a master's degree abroad help after Covid-19? A Stanford alumnus explains whether you should go for it.

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Indian students are not likely to cancel their plans to study in the UK

The UK government is working to ensure that existing visa processess are as flexible as possible as the number of Indian students studying in the UK has been going up. Janaka Pushpanathan Director – South India, British Council explains why the visa issue

Int’l students encouraged by vaccine hopes

Nearly a quarter of international students are considering moving forward their plans to study abroad because of a potential Covid-19 vaccine, new research from QS has found.

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Lincoln University awarded grant to expand study abroad

Lincoln University is one of 24 U.S. colleges and universities awarded a grant to expand its study-abroad capacity.

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Covid hasn’t crushed study abroad plans but students could face ‘more competition’ in 2021

Experts in the field of foreign education say 2021 is going to be an interesting year as more students are applying, including those who dropped their plans in 2020 due to Covid.

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Is US still a land of opportunity for Indian students?

For decades, US has been the first choice for Indian students for its high-quality teaching, diversity, and welcoming culture.

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The future of online education: lessons from South Korea

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced virtually all schools and universities to switch to online education in South Korea. The nation's transition to online education has been mostly smooth, and the reason for this is clear; South Korea has one of

US Court Blocks Two H-1B Regulations Proposed By Trump Administration

H-1B visas is a non-immigrant visa that allows American companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise. The US issues up to 85,000 H-1B visas each year. Usually, they're issued for three years

Training for this workplace skill is up nearly 4,000% in 2020

A year of historic challenges and unprecedented grief during the coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on workers’ mental health.

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Covid-19 pandemic: Future roadmap for coaching institutes in India

With the Covid-19 pandemic surrounding the country and the rise in the number of students enrolling in coaching institutes, here is the roadmap for the future.

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Lincoln University awarded grant to expand study abroad

Lincoln University is one of 24 U.S. colleges and universities awarded a grant to expand its study-abroad capacity.

The Historically Black College and University will receive an IDEAS grant from the U.S. State Department’s Capacity Building program for U.S. Study Abroad.

Here Are 10 Malaysian Universities That Made It To The Top 110 Universities In Asia

A total of 10 local universities have been listed among 110 best universities in Asia, according to a report by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings

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Leadership lessons learned in a global pandemic

In March of 2020, the proverbial wheels came off the bus. The global pandemic impacted us all — whether we were leaders of industry, nonprofit organizations or, like me, the Association of Fundraising Professionals in Hampton Roads.

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Why you need digital literacy skills as a student

Digital literacy means being able to understand and use technology. It relates to the ability to find, use, and create information online in a beneficial and useful way.

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Jobs with six-figure salaries: Doctors and pilots among highest-paying careers in the US

Americans weigh many factors when they seek employment – good benefits, vacation time,  work-life balance, stimulating work environment, and a job that has meaning to society. For many, though, salary is the dominant consideration.

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Travel Company Sets Eyes On 'Vaccine Tourism,' Offers To Fly People To US For Dose For Rs 1.75 lakh

We never thought we'd see the day. Believe it or not, there's a Mumbai-based travel company that has developed something called, 'Vaccine tourism'. Their plan is to fly those who want to get a dose to the US for a four-day

The 10 best global universities of 2021, according to U.S news

On Tuesday, U.S. News and World Report released its annual ranking of the best global universities. For the ranking, U.S. News analyzed the data of roughly 1,500 schools from 86 countries across 13 different variables, including global research

Restarting Mission Foreign Education? Here's handy checklist

Indian students, who had aspired to go abroad for higher studies, had to abruptly put their plans on hold after the world went into lockdown. While the past few months have been marked by uncertainty, this period did witness

The 10 Highest paying IT certifications of 2020

IT is one profession where the optimal skill set is a constantly moving target. We keep track of the ten highest-paying IT certifications on a running bases, and for 2020, we're seeing some of the highest-paid certifications challenged yet again

Germany climbs up preference list for int’l edu, US still the number 1 choice

Mumbai: The pecking order of international education providers is changing. The United States continues to be the largest host country for students wanting to pursue a foreign degree, followed by the UK and China. But students broadening their options, Germany has

Today Is Exactly One Year Since 1st COVID Case Was Reported In China: How The Horror Unfolded

A year ago today the world was plunged into a pandemic not seen since the Spanish flu over a century ago. The COVID-19 outbreak has now killed more than 1.25 million people around the world and infected tens of millions

Study abroad projected to continue after spring 2021

Students seeking study abroad opportunities may be happy to hear that the program is looking forward to opening after spring 2021. Due to travel restrictions that have been in place since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, plans for some

Covid 19 coronavirus: Universities unsure how many international students will return to NZ

Letting 250 international PhD and postgraduate students back into the country has been welcomed as an important first step by the cash-hungry education sector, but universities admit they still don't know how many will take up the initial offer.

Indian students continue to fly abroad despite Covid; smaller, less impacted countries get a boost

COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t deterred Indian students to pursue their study-abroad dreams, however, the focus has moved towards smaller countries that are less impacted by the virus.
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Opinion: Studying abroad during a pandemic is a great opportunity for students

If you are aspiring to study abroad after class 12, you should know all about the courses, colleges, exams and application process etc. to choose the right option. However, Suffolk University decided to continue with its study abroad program for

Study Abroad After 12th: All you need to know

COVID-19 halted many in-person study abroad opportunities due to international travel restrictions, but ASU’s Study Abroad Office is bringing intercultural studies directly to students like Gainor, who connected with other international students about creative writing studies through Ireland's Griffith

Indian immigrants set new record, account for one-fourth of total permanent residencies granted by Canada in 2019

New Delhi: Canada's 2020 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration has stated that the Indian immigrants were the top permanent residents in 2019 in the country. Read

The Added Value Of Part-Time Jobs While Studying Abroad

Travelling to a foreign country for the purpose of pursuing higher education is altogether a unique experience in one’s lifetime. It is that stage in life where freedom, independence, and self-responsibility must go hand in hand.  So it is

Planning to study abroad? Here’s your guide to an opportunity for free education in Germany by Study Feeds

In the last few years, the number of Indian students studying abroad has increased substantially and the importance of international education in a globalized world is no longer a secret. Indian students now prefer to enroll themselves in global schools and universities

Planning your undergraduate studies abroad? Here are your common questions answered

Earning one’s academic degree abroad is truly a life-transforming experience. There are significant personal, academic and career benefits to studying abroad. However, while many are aware of what it takes to do a

Planning for overseas education during Covid-19? Here’s how to prepare

 The COVID-19 pandemic had halted the study abroad plans of students across the world due to the border restrictions and lockdowns across countries. Now, more than six months into the pandemic, the world is still grappling with it. 

Skills acquired during study abroad linked to US leadership positions

Skills that are developed during study abroad are essential for US management and leadership positions, a report has stipulated, while an analysis of millions of job openings showed they required skills that a student can acquire when studying abroad.

Poets&Quants™ Releases 2nd Annual MBA Entrepreneurship Rankings in Exclusive Partnership with Inc. Magazine

OAKLAND, Calif., Oct. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Poets&Quants, the definitive online publication for business education news, has unveiled its 2nd annual ranking of the Best MBA Programs for Entrepreneurship in partnership with Inc. Magazine. The data reveal that, for the second

Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Gives Immunity In Young And Old, Says AstraZeneca

The world’s leading COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed by the University of Oxford has shown promising results in both young and old adults alike. The vaccine is said to produce an immune response against the novel virus across age groups.

Comparing Canadian education to other countries

Canada spends more than many countries on primary school students, but isn’t doing a great job of keeping post-secondary graduates employed, according to new data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Read

New international student chat community in the CanadaVisa Study Hub

A new international student chat feature is available to CanadaVisa Study Hub members looking for answers to questions about studying at a post-secondary educational institution, working during or after graduation and immigrating to Canada. Read

Changes to travel restrictions affecting international students

Notice to all international students interested in studying in Canada! With regard to travel restrictions implemented by the Government of Canada to reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), please be advised new exemptions have been introduced for international

Harvard University: Online Business and Management Courses Offered for Free

Harvard University offers a variety of business courses for individuals who want to broaden their knowledge of crucial factors that have to do with the function of a company. In this article are presented five introductory courses that are

6 free online courses on diversity, equity, and inclusion to sign up for right now that will make you a better leader

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) have been buzzwords in business for years, with little results. That is, until the killing of George Floyd and a pandemic awoke leaders and the American public to massive racial injustice. Read more at:

WarnerMedia To Discontinue Their Popular English Channels HBO & WB In India Due To Pandemic

The pandemic has largely affected the business sector. Many organisations had to shut down owing to the pandemic and wonder when everything will be back to normal. Read

5 Ways Online Learning Can Help Boost Your Business Skills

There’s no denying it: Taking a risk on a new business venture or other enterprise can be extremely daunting. After all, according to a recent piece by USA Today, only around 20% of businesses survive their critical first year. 

International educators welcome Indian students’ commitment to overseas study

A study by The Student Quest by the IC3 Institute surveyed 2,252 high school students from India and Nepal, including questions about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on students’ current and future study plans. Read

World University Rankings Show China Rising, Europe Falling, and USA Still On Top

The Times Higher Education released their World University Rankings for 2021 last month, revealing a few interesting global trends in tertiary schooling. The University of Oxford has taken the top spot for the fifth year in a row, with Stanford. 

Canada to let international students return even as Covid grows

Canada is letting international students return to its universities, giving institutions a much-craved financial jolt even as coronavirus rates rise nationally and most tuition remains online. Read

HTMi Switzerland Dubai

Located in the heart of Dubai on Sheikh Zayed Road, HTMi Switzerland Dubai is situated within a five-star hotel environment, at H Hotel. HTMi Switzerland Dubai’s vision is to be the leading hospitality & tourism management institute in the Middle

5 Top Universities in New Zealand Gaining World Prominence

New Zealand Universities are gaining prominence as a destination for higher education among young people around the world. Not only because it provides globally recognized qualifications, but also for the security. Read

IBM to break up company to focus on cloud computing after 109 years, 'landmark day' says CEO

International Business Machines Corp. plans to split up its businesses into two public companies to focus on high-margin cloud computing the company said. IBM will list its information technology infrastructure services unit as a separate company with a new

Medical Education Market - Actionable Research on COVID-19 | Benefits of Online Learning Compared to Traditional Learning to Boost the Market Growth | Technavio

The global medical education market size is poised to grow by USD 129.66 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 17% throughout the forecast period, according to the latest report by Technavio. Read

These 16 countries provide visa-free entry to Indian passport holders

In a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha, Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said there are 43 countries which provide visa-on-arrival facility and there are 36 countries which provide e-visa facility to Indian ordinary passport

A Peek Inside the Babson Collaborative

Babson College professor Heidi Neck has trained 2,500+ of her fellow entrepreneurship educators. One thing she’s learned? “Entrepreneurship education cannot be done one way only, or done alone. We need community and collaboration...Read

Teens in India & Nepal “optimistic” about HE

Some 83% of Indian and Nepalese high school students remain optimistic about higher education despite the current challenges due to Covid-19, with a third still planning to study abroad in the immediate future.....Read

Despite The Challenge Of COVID-19, Opportunities Remain For Indian Students Studying Abroad

With governments around the world enforcing public health and travel restrictions, the COVID-19 pandemic is significantly limiting the ability of Indian students to study abroad. This is especially true for first-year students entering new academic programs...Read

President Trump says $5 Billion from TikTok, Oracle, Walmart deal will go toward education

President Donald Trump has signed off on a business proposal between TikTok, Walmart and Oracle that would allow the social networking app to continue to operate in the U.S. One of Trump's stipulations for approving the deal was a $5 billion...

Foreign students must be quarantined

Universities in Stavanger and Bergen are preparing to receive hundreds of students from abroad. Many of them will have to go straight into a 10-day quarantine...Read

U.S News rankings reveals top US institutions for study abroad programs

The New School in New York was shown to be the national university with the highest proportion of international students, while Elon University in North Carolina grabbed the top spot for study abroad programs...Read

Indians don’t want to defer studies abroad by a year

New Delhi: The Covid-19 pandemic has compelled students applying for colleges abroad to make tough choices and rethink their plans, as choosing to defer a year comes with multiple concerns...Read

Schools return to hybrid learning as pandemic continues

The start of a new academic year meant making changes, and fast, to students' routines. At all levels, learning looks drastically different than it was at the beginning of 2020. Students wear masks in class, on the bus and in

Students still harbour dreams to study abroad, says survey

HYDERABAD: Has the Covid-19 pandemic shattered students’ dreams to study abroad? According to a survey by an education consultancy platform, which asked 4,000 Indian students about studying in UK, US, Canada and Ireland, 35% of the students want to go to

One in five Americans say it's safe to reopen schools now, survey finds

As students across the country return to school amid the coronavirus pandemic, only one in five Americans say it's safe right now to reopen schools and universities, according to a new survey....Read

42% Of Indian Students Embrace Blended Learning: Reports

Survey results on students’ interest in applying for higher education abroad amidst the coronavirus pandemic have been released today by Edvoy. The education consultancy platform surveyed 4000 Indian students on four study destinations namely UK, US, Canada and Ireland...

UK student applications: A look at flexibility in visa rules

To enhance the visa system experience for incoming international students, the United Kingdom Visas & Immigration (UKVI) has introduced flexibility in visa rules with health precautions, alongwith its visa services partner VFS Global Services.....Read

Important visa changes to support international students in Australia

The Australian Government has made some key changes to visas to provide support for international student among the disruptions caused by COVID-19. These changes aim to give international students confidence in their visa arrangements, so they can make plans to study in Australia when it is

New courses for those eyeing switch to built environment sector

Mid-career workers can soon sign up for more than 10 new courses that will help prepare them to take up jobs in the built environment sector. The courses on offer are in areas such as construction and facilities management, security

Visas granted to Indian students to study in UK more than doubles

Visas granted to Indian nationals to study at universities in the UK have more than doubled over the past year, according to official statistics released here on Thursday. Read

Should I apply for Spring 2021 study abroad programmes?

Study abroad programmes in 2020 were cancelled or brought to an abrupt halt when the pandemic hit and lockdowns began. For those who didn’t get to fulfil their dreams to study abroad this year, will they get a second chance

Studying Abroad: 5 Best Countries to get Higher Education

Every year scads of prospective students decide to go abroad for higher studies. Some of the are adventurers who are willing to explore the world. Others focus solely on prospective professional opportunities and how international experience can help them achieve

India’s Ambassador to the US urges students not to panic as COVID-19 pandemic is temporary

India’s Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu has given a pep talk to Indian students here and urged them not to panic over the “uncertainties” surrounding their academic sessions, saying the COVID-19 pandemic is temporary. Read

7 Reasons to study in Italy

“Home to many of the world's greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates, inspires and moves like no other,” Lonely Planet enthuses. Indeed, precious few people would argue that Italy isn’t an amazing place to visit. It’s also

11 Things to Know Before Studying in New Zealand

As one of the great powers in education, New Zealand has become a favorite destination for international students. With the quality of education firmly affirmed by such prestigious rating agencies, in recent years, New Zealand has gradually become the optimal

Why a degree in the UAE is worth the money?

Alumni networks, career counselling, futureproof education and original research are all important factors to consider when taking the important decision of choosing where to go to university. Regardless of which of these considerations you value most, universities in the UAE

South Korea to soon establish Korean language institute in Delhi: South Korean Envoy

NEW DELHI: South Korean Ambassador to India Shin Bong-kil on Monday said that Seoul is considering extending help to establish a Korean language institute in Delhi. Read

COVID-19, visas, Trump: International students turning away from US colleges for lots of reasons

Already reeling from the coronavirus pandemic, American colleges and universities now stand to lose hundreds of thousands of international students over the country’s failure to contain the pandemic, the challenges of online learning and a more hostile U.S. government. Read

US dream shattered, Indians find greener pastures in Canada

Hyderabad: After waiting in vain for decades to obtain permanent residency (green card) and realise their ‘Great American Dream’, many Indian families are relocating to Canada. Read

91% Indian students want to continue studying abroad even in Covid-19 lockdown: Here's why

As the world tackles the Covid-19 pandemic, surprisingly, around 91% of Indian students who had planned to study abroad still want to continue due to the safety measures being put in place. Read

COVID-19: Online learning can work. Here's how my class found the energy and inspiration.

When New York began to shelter in place in March, my high school English department gathered round one last time to discuss what to do in the coming weeks. Read

France Ready to Welcome International Students Once Again from August 2020

“France is Ready to Welcome You” For many international students who want to study in France in 2020, this comes as great news. Despite the ongoing pandemic and many countries reluctant about welcoming international students, Read

Delaying college in the pandemic could cost you: study says students could lose $90,000 over their lifetime

Going to college immediately after high school has been a rite of passage for millions of students. Now, more college-bound students are considering a gap year amid rising coronavirus cases and concerns about the value of college instruction that may

South Korea’s Tech Exports Accelerate as Lock downs Ease Globally

The rebound in South Korea’s technology exports accelerated in July, illustrating the pace of recovery in global demand as countries emerge from pandemic-induced lockdowns. Exports of information and communications products picked up 3.3% from a year ago, compared to a

U.K. Reassures Overseas Parents Over Private School Virus Safety

Trade Minister Graham Stuart wrote to parents around the world who send their children to U.K. private schools to reassure them they will be safe when they reopen in September. The schools have followed government advice to protect children from

WeWork Recently Sold Its Education Businesses. Now It’s Turning to Education for Business.

WeWork recently sold its preschool and coding bootcamp. But it is not out of the education business yet. In an effort to find tenants for its coworking spaces, the office-leasing company is turning to a new breed of

Want to study in France this September? Here’s what you should know

Campus France — a public agency in charge of promoting French higher education abroad — has been pushing the country as one of Europe’s foremost study abroad destinations during this pandemic. The government has set lofty goals, one of them

5 ways COVID-19 will change higher education forever, and how colleges can adapt

The coronavirus pandemic is changing higher education. Campuses are closed, students are taking classes online, and the number of colleges announcing budget cuts and furloughs is growing. Students, faculty, staff, families and others are wondering what comes next. Read

Every pupil in England to see another rise in funding in 2021

Schools across England are set to receive a £4.8 billion boost in 2021 compared with 2019, in the next step to level up funding across the country.

Funding figures released today (Monday 20th July) show how every pupil is to benefit from

China Facing Mass Unemployment After COVID-19, Economy Faces Massive Challenge

China is witnessing worst economic shrinkage in decades due to sluggish domestic consumption and low export demand amid the pandemic. One of the fall-outs of the slow economy is the loss of jobs. Read

University applications surge despite coronavirus uncertainty

The number of British school leavers applying to start degree courses this autumn has surged to a record high despite uncertainty amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Ucas figures suggest. Read

NZ international student sector: More focus on quality education than work rights - Cabinet papers

The June paper said the Covid-19 crisis provided an opportunity to shift the market to higher-value enrolments with a greater focus on academic quality and less emphasis on work rights for foreign students. Read

Focus Live: $50m lifeline for unis and schools after NZ shuts borders to foreign students

The Government will spend $51.6 million on New Zealand's embattled overseas education sector, as schools and universities continue to reel from the loss of foreign students. Watch

New Zealand: international education sector receives $52m boost

The government of New Zealand will inject NZ$51.6 million to stabilise the country’s international education sector, it announced as it released a long-term strategic recovery plan. Read

HSBC profits plunge 65% as the pandemic continues to batter its business

Hong Kong (CNN Business)HSBC (HSBC)'s profits plunged in the first half of this year as the bank was weighed down by the coronavirus crisis. Read

Australia to resume student visa processing among measures to boost sector

The Australian government has announced it will recommence granting international student visas and allow current students to count online study while overseas to ensure the country remains a priority study abroad destination as it emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic.

COVID-19: Stabilising international education as the sector rebuilds

The Government has released a long-term strategic recovery plan, backed by $51.6 million investment from the COVID recovery and response fund to help stabilise New Zealand’s international education sector.

“The Government is acutely aware of the challenges the sector is currently facing,” Chris Hipkins

Coronavirus: Face-to-face university classes return, but online learning to stay

University campuses are buzzing again as students head back to class – many for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown. Lincoln University Students' Association president Sam Blackmore said his peers seemed excited to be back on campus. Read

Denmark ranks among the world's most peaceful countries

Denmark is, yet again, one of the most peacefull nations in the world. Denmark ranks in the very top as number 5 and is only surpassed by Iceland, New Zealand, Portugal and Austria. Read

QS World University Rankings 2021: Top universities rated

The annual QS World University Rankings have been revealed for 2021. The rakings evaluate over 5,000 universities from around the globe and then a list of the top 1,000 is compiled. We delve a little deeper into this year’s movers

What the latest court ruling means for Indian students in US?

On 6 July, the Donald Trump administration flung international students in the United States into a cauldron of uncertainty by declaring they would have to leave the country in 10 days if their universities opt for online-only classes for the

World will impatiently need you, writes Dean, US-based engineering college to international students

Amid ban on international flights, visa restrictions and the new US policy on international students, the dean of the University of Southern California, Viterbi School of Engineering, Yannis C. Yortsos has written an open letter to international students or aspirants.

COVID19 might change plans to study abroad

In the aftermath of the COVID19, there have been numerous discussions with regard to the impact of the pandemic on the sphere of International High Education. Recent decades have witnessed a rise in the number of international students pursuing higher

China’s Closed. So Google Invests $10 Billion In India, Following Facebook, Amazon, Apple

Everyone is investing in India lately.

In April, Facebook announced it was investing $5.7 billion in India. In January it was Amazon, investing $1 billion in India. Today’s it’s Google (or its parent company, Alphabet) investing $10 billion in partnerships, infrastructure, and

Here’s How You Can Study Abroad in Year 2020.

You have an admission letter to the institution of your choice for September 2020 but don’t know what to do with it? Shireen Ardeshir, an Education Advisor and Career Mentor with over two decades of experience, suggests a few tips

ENZ answers fun questions on student life in New Zealand

Did you know that New Zealand is the only country in the world to have all its universities ranked in the top 3 percent of the world's universities? Or that the government has a special mental health care programme for

3 countries students are choosing for studying abroad after Covid-19

The brave and rapid adaptive measures taken by universities across the globe amidst the current circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic deserves a lot of appreciation. Unfortunately, they don’t get much of it today. Read

Australia set to ease virus visa hardship for foreign students

Australia appears set to address international students’ visa gripes just as a resurgence of coronavirus cases on both sides of the Tasman Sea threatens to neutralise Antipodean universities’ upper hand in the race to revive student flows. Read more

Phased reopening of UK visa applications centers in India

In “first major signal” that 2020 will see some Indian students travel to campuses overseas, a selection of UK visa application centres in India are set to reopen in the country on July 6, according to Visa Facilitation Services Global.

Britain unveils details of post-Brexit immigration system: How many points do you need?

LONDON: Britain has added further detail to its post-Brexit points-based immigration system, first announced in February, including new provisions for health workers and graduates.

Here is how the points-based system will work:

Skilled workers:
EU and non-EU workers

Here’s How You Can Study Abroad in Year 2020.

You have an admission letter to the institution of your choice for September 2020 but don’t know what to do with it? Shireen Ardeshir, an Education Advisor and Career Mentor with over two decades of experience, suggests a few tips