Archive For February 28, 2018

New Zealand: Updated visa rejection rates will influence English requirements for 2018

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New visa acceptance data from Immigration New Zealand (INZ) will help inform the English proficiency requirements for student visa applicants in 2018. Under rules established in 2015, INZ produces an annual summary of visa rejection rates for applicants from markets around the world. The full-year data for 2017 was released on 24 January. Aside from providing an…

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Indian parents spend an average $18,909 for child’s education: HSBC

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Indian parents spend an average $18,909 for child’s education: HSBC

Indian parents on an average spend $8,552 on elementary education, $4,264 on secondary education and $6,093 on university undergraduate education, says the HSBC report In India, parents fund their children education from day to day income, general savings, education investments or a combination of such factors. File photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint Indian parents spend an average…

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Students Willing To Study MBBS Abroad May Have To Clear NEET

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Students Willing To Study MBBS Abroad May Have To Clear NEET

Currently, students who wish to study medicine in any government or private medical college in the country have to clear the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) which came into existence from 2016. According to a senior health ministry official, the proposal is at an advanced stage. (Representational) Students willing to study MBBS in foreign…

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University for the Creative Arts – UCA Counseling Session TASA Study Abroad

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University for the Creative Arts – UCA Counseling Session TASA Study Abroad

University for the Creative Arts – UCA #CounselingSession TASA Study Abroad #TomMorgan #GlobalRecruitmentOfficer #NeilBottle#CourseLeaderFashionTextiles Tom Morgan #TASAASIA #PUNE #MUMBAI #TASASTUDYABROAD

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Survey finds 77% of parents would consider study abroad for children

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Survey finds 77% of parents would consider study abroad for children

More than three quarters of parents who took part in a worldwide survey carried out by UK-based financial services company HSBC would consider sending their children abroad for university. Of the 5,550 parents surveyed across 16 countries, 77% said they would consider having their children study abroad at either undergraduate or postgraduate level to help them stand…

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Budget 2018 for Education

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Budget 2018 for Education

Education this year continues to  to be an area of focus with of lot of importance to higher education and professional education. Revitalising Infrastructure and Systems in Education (RISE) by 2022’ being  the core objective certain announcements were made: Budget allocation to education sector was Rs85,010 crore for the year starting 1 April. This is…

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Donald Trump for legislation that promotes merit-based immigration

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Donald Trump for legislation that promotes merit-based immigration

Washington: US President Donald Trump today urged the Congress to pass a legislation that promotes merit- based immigration, a move that would benefit hundreds of thousands of Indian professionals. He proposed a pathway to citizenship for almost 1.8 million illegal immigrants who were brought in the US by their parents at a young age. “It…

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