Harvard Ranked Asian American Applicants Lower on ‘Personal Qualities:’ Study
More Asian American students would get admitted to Harvard University if academic excellence was the only criterion, an internal review conducted at the institution shows, according to court filings.
Tamil Nadu Govt to Set Up Tamil Learning Centers in 16 Countries
The Tamil Nadu government will set up Tamil learning centers in 16 countries, including the United States, France and United Arab Emirates.
Canada Introduces New Scheme to Expedite Student Visa Applications
The Student Direct Stream is aimed at applicants from China, India, Vietnam and the Philippines.
New Zealand Govt’s Proposed Student Visa Changes to Impact Post-Study Employment
The proposed changes aim at addressing concerns over a decline in the general skill levels of migrants granted permanent residence in New Zealand.
Indian American Teens Win National Geographic Bee, Spelling Bee Contests
The 13-year-old California student correctly answered the question, “Which South American country has a population size most similar to Lebanon?”
California University Popular With Indian Students Receives Accreditor Warning
Northwestern Polytechnic University (NPU) in Fremont, Calif., has been asked by its accrediting agency to furnish demographic information about its students and the student and employer satisfaction surveys.
Oxford University Draws Flak as Admissions Data Reveals Lack of Diversity
The share of black minority ethnic students in Oxford admissions rose to 17.9 percent in 2017, from 13.9 percent in 2013, according to the university statistics.