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Bollywood and Cricket come together to promote New Zealand education & test India’s KIWI Quotient

Education New Zealand (ENZ) brought together the worlds of Bollywood and cricket in a fun, student-centred event called ‘The Kiwi Quotient’ at Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune. At the New Zealand-themed event, popular Bollywood actor Soha Ali Khan and New Zealand cricketer and ENZ Brand Ambassador Stephen Fleming led SIU student teams to test their knowledge of all things New Zealand. Mr John Laxon, Regional Director, Education New Zealand and Prof. Anita Patankar, Deputy Director, Symbiosis Centre for International Education presented prizes to the jubilant...

US: The high school rates are not enough for the United States

What's lost in the excitement of the event is that a secondary university degree no longer translates to success; rather, we should think of it as simply a springboard to another, more important, and level of learning. Every July, learners take part in a time-honored tradition: Putting on a cap and walking across the secondary university graduating level. Enclosed by loved ones, these teenagers laze in the wonder of their achievements. To make sure that learners and parents' eyes are on the right award, K-12 management need to focus on college achievement in their long-term education...

57 UK-India education and research partnerships announced under UKIERI

At an event hosted by British Council today, Rt. Hon’ble Greg Clark  - Secretary of State for Business announced 57 new UK India partnerships worth over £ 1.6 million. Ranging from social sciences, engineering, human health, climate research and data science these partnerships have been announced under UKIERIand projects will be implemented jointly by institutions in the UK and India with an aim of enhancing educational links between both the countries. These partnerships have been co-funded by the UK and Ministry of Human Resource Development through University...

US Visa restrictions problems faced by Indian students

According to the latest trends of what is happening in the US political arena. The H1B restrictions and the others suggestions of increase in pay of H1B workers and the strict implementation of rules which prevent the owners of industrial units from asking their retiring workers to train the new workers brought in will all ensure that difficulties do come up in the path of Indians wanting to go to the US for studies as well as for jobs. Previously Indians used to build hopes of going to the US on student permits and then stay back, get jobs and settle in the US specially IT students . US...

New Zealand education sees growth in high-quality Indian students

Education New Zealand (ENZ) is welcoming more high-quality Indian students who are pursuing higher level qualifications in New Zealand. New Zealand institutions are investing to attract Indian students to study in New Zealand, with enrolments at New Zealand universities rising by 53 per cent so far in 2017. To encourage the best students from India to come to New Zealand, ENZ is announcing several initiatives focussed on specialist subject areas, scholarships, and short-term internships, to name a few. India remains New Zealand’s second largest market, as Indian students are...

Number of Indian applicants in US Universities reduced!

Due to the change in the visa polices and racial attacks recently, The US universities have recorded a decrease in the number of Indian students.  According to the survey, more than 250 American colleges and universities conducted by six top American higher education groups have registered a 26 per cent decline in undergraduate applications and 15 percent decline has been reported in graduate applications from India. The full version of the 'Open Doors 2016' report will be released later this week. The average drop recorded is around 40% in the application of International...

MBA 2017 Admissions open at Adelphi University, USA

Applications are invited by Adelphi University, USA for admission to Global Master of Business Administration (MBA) program for international professionals for the academic year 2017-18. About MBA Manhattan program: Adelphi’s MBA Manhattan develops ethical, effective leaders with an international, cross-cultural perspective. Its professors are industry leaders and provide an ideal learning experience within Adelphi MBA’s Manhattan classrooms as well as outside, among the international businesses headquartered in New York City. Adelphi’s MBA Manhattan...

Applications invited for UG/PG Programs 2017 at Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Applications are invited by Lingnan University, Hong Kong for admission to undergraduate, taught postgraduate and research postgraduate programs in the areas of Arts, Business and Social Sciences for the academic year 2017-18. Scholarships at Lingnan University: Lingnan University offers various scholarships to support high calibre non-local students to pursue full-time undergraduate studies at our University.  Successful applicants will be awarded one of the following scholarships: Full Scholarship (covering tuition, hostel and partial academic and living...

Students can choose Countries other than US or UK for Higher Education

Students who cannot afford higher education in countries like US or UK need not worry. There are other universities also which students can choose from. After much speculation on US President Donald Trump’s budding strategies and Britain’s way out from the European Union, students are looking for different options. But most of the choices are from the same lot i.e. Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Utrecht University, Netherlands is ranked at 86 th position by education advisory Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, 2017. Apart from being affordable, the...

Increase in number of Indian students in Canada

The number for Indian students in Canada is rising every year. According to the reports of Jennifer Daubeny, Consul General for South India, Consulate General of Canada, as of now approximately 50,000 Indian students are studying in different universities of Canada. Jennifer Daubney mentioned that from this year, the number of Indian students visiting Canada for higher studies is likely to increase radically. According to her, mostly graduates prefer Canada for Post Graduation and Certificate courses, the reason being the high quality education and low course fee. Due to the...

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