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After ‘Make in India’, Modi govt to promote ‘Study in India’

After ‘Make in India’, Modi govt to promote ‘Study in India’ The Centre is working on an ambitious mission to draw over one lakh foreign students to study in Indian institutions. New Delhi: After ‘Make in India’, it is going to be ‘Study in India’ for the Modi government. The Centre is working on an ambitious mission to draw over ... Read More »

Best Countries for Education

Best Countries for Education Canada takes up about two-fifths of the North American continent, making it the second-largest country in the world after Russia. The country is sparsely populated, with most of its 35.5 million residents living within 125 miles of the U.S. border. Canada’s expansive wilderness to the north plays a large role in Canadian identity, as does the ... Read More »

Overseas students ‘add £20bn’ to UK economy

Overseas students ‘add £20bn’ to UK economy International students are worth £20bn to the UK economy, says a report from the Higher Education Policy Institute. The analysis says on top of tuition fees, their spending has become a major factor in supporting local economies. London alone gains £4.6bn – with Sheffield the biggest beneficiary in proportion to its economy. The ... Read More »

Overseas students add £20bn boost to UK economy during stay

Overseas students add £20bn boost to UK economy during stay The economic contributions made by international students in the UK are 10 times greater than the costs of hosting them, according to new research commissioned by the Higher Education Policy Institute think-tank. London Economics, the consultancy, examined the costs and benefits of hosting the 231,000 international students who arrived in ... Read More »

42% of parents would send their kids abroad for college. But it ain’t cheap

42% of parents would send their kids abroad for college. But it ain’t cheap A new survey published by the bank shows that 42% of parents would consider sending their kids abroad for college, up from 35% in 2016. Interest in an international education — which can be very expensive — has increased in almost all of the 15 countries ... Read More »

Study abroad is invaluable – students deserve clarity on Erasmus

Study abroad is invaluable – students deserve clarity on Erasmus As a hopeless optimist, I am finding it difficult to adjust to the growing possibility of a no-deal Brexit. For universities – as for many other sectors of the economy and society – there is a huge amount at stake. While the rhetoric on both sides in relation to higher ... Read More »

U.S. Is Losing Its Appeal For International Students

U.S. Is Losing Its Appeal For International Students The U.S. may still be the world’s most popular higher education destination but new figures show it is losing its appeal for international students. Although the number of international students has reached a record high – topping the one million mark for the second consecutive year – the rate of growth has ... Read More »

Why Study an MBA in Canada?

Why Study an MBA in Canada? The Canadian MBA Alliance is a partnership between Canada’s six most prestigious and top-ranked MBA programs. We all come from distinctly different parts of the country and are unique in our own way, but we all share one common theme: first rate education in a country with limitless potential for aspiring business leaders. We ... Read More »

University of Alberta: Yuzhe from China talks about studying in Canada

University of Alberta: Yuzhe from China talks about studying in Canada 00:05 usually it’s really awesome now more 00:11 time to enjoy my yamaha watch a burrito 00:13 shimashita yes your RTE onion I am often 00:15 come to the phn chinta welcome to our 00:17 what hypocrisy or the triage sushi 00:20 virginity 00:29 first of all the campus ... Read More »

Students look to college abroad for cheaper tuition

Students look to college abroad for cheaper tuition For 18-year-old Liza Miezejeski, choosing the right college meant balancing her desire for adventure and her fear of debt. “I didn’t want to stay at home, in my hometown, just to save money,” says the Connecticut native, referring to community college. “I still wanted to get out there and do something.” But ... Read More »