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.
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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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As foreign universities are conducting classes digitally, Indian students studying abroad are feeling that their study abroad dream has come crashing down. The worst hit are those on job-search visas or in the final year as their visa deadlines are racing against the lockdown timelines. Applications for the winter sessions have been halted and candidates who received the offer letter are also reconsidering.
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The data reveals the total number of international students at London's universities in 2018-19 was 125,035, up 5.8 per cent from 2017-18 and a rise on last year's growth rate of 5.3 per cent.
"We are soon setting up a task force comprising ICCR, AICTE, UGC, officials from Foreign Affairs ministry and HRD to redress issues related to visa among others foreign students," Nishank said
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