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South Australia ready to welcome international students as soon as pilot plan gets PM’s approval

Australia’s first pilot program that aims to fly back 300 international students into Adelaide is days away from getting final approval. South Australia is poised...

High demand for nurses and IT experts in Germany

Germany has begun implementation of a new law relaxing the visa requirements for nurses, information technology specialists, vocationally trained workers, and those in...

How to apply to study in Germany

Throughout the world, German universities are ranked and praised for their high quality. Their state-of-the-art facilities, endless funding choices, research-based courses, award-winning curricula, diverse...

121% increase in Indians granted UK student visas

As per the latest National Statistics published by the UK Home Office on August 27, “Indian nationals saw a notable increase in the number...

Top 5 affordable universities in Finland for 2020

Finland has good-quality universities that offer various degrees. The universities in Finland are well-known for their innovative teaching methods. The tuition fees for international...

Visas granted to Indian students to study in United Kingdom more than doubles

London: Visas granted to Indian nationals to study at universities in the UK have more than doubled over the past year, according to oicial statistics...

Mostly Indians: 90 more students busted from fake US University

United States Federal law enforcement firms have arrested 90 international students, mostly were Indians, highly enrolled in a fake university established by the US...

Canada is increasing its population by enrolling more international student

Recent data about full population structure from the Canadian government indicates that the year 2018 was another year of strong growth for the number...

Indians are experiencing 93 % increase in UK student visa given in past years

The count of UK study visas given to Indian students saw a jump of 93 per cent as over 37,500 Indian students got permission...