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Auburn University, USA well suited for Indian students: Dr Emmett Winn

Auburn University, a large comprehensive university specializing in STEM areas in the small city of Auburn in Alabama of the southeastern USA may well appeal to students from India both for its international student friendly culture, affordability and academic reputation. According to university’s Associate Provost Dr Emmett Winn  who recently toured south Asia and travelled to a couple of Indian …

India moves to level II in SSVF ranking, will ease student mobility to Australia

Australia’s department for immigration and border protection (DIBP) has made changes in `Simplified Student Visa Framework’ (SSVF), which was introduced last year.  In the latest ranking, it has moved India from High Risk Assessment to Moderate Risk. India had been in level III and IV which is considered to be high risk for almost 13-14 years and now for the very first …

SPECIAL: Five Reasons to Study in Canada

Are you getting sticker shocked just looking at college prices in the USA and the UK? You might want to consider studying abroad in Canada instead. The country has nearly doubled its popularity among international students within a decade. Here are five good reasons to head north.  Canada is safe and welcoming The USA’s northern neighbor has long been a …

To Study in Dubai or in Canada?

Want to study in Canada, but not sure about your options? CUD offers a great study abroad experience. Studying abroad is an exciting opportunity for you to broaden your horizons and to experience new cultures and environments, so why not study in not one but 2 amazing destinations? Canadian University Dubai (CUD) offers its students a dynamic and flexible structure …

Life Beyond CAT: A wide-ranging guide on Study Abroad at this point in year

 “MBA programs at foreign schools offer incredible platform to network as many as 30 to 40% of your classmates may represent up to 35 to 40 countries.”   The Indian study abroad market is growing exponentially. One significant barometer is the increase in the number of international schools offering IB, Cambridge board and other international degrees that serve as feeder programs …

Study abroad aspirations now start early…at School, actully

Anglo Schools International Services (ASIS), which manages a Federation of a dozen top British Boarding Schools to recruit Indian pupils, has been engaged here for over a year now.  Autar Nehru in an interview with David Boddy, founder & principal partner ASIS, a former Headmaster of  St James Senior Boys School in London and also a former Chairman of the …

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