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.
UK Home Office Scraps Survey on Foreign Students Over Ethics Concerns
The Migration Advisory Committee’s (MAC) survey, which informs the UK Home Office policy, asked students about their views on international classmates in the survey.
Only 37 Out of 372 NRI Seats Filled for Postgraduate Medical Courses in Karnataka
The authorities defend their move, saying that the management and NRI students are charged more to cover the cost of the subsidized 75 per cent seats.
TCS Hires Over 200 People in New Arkansas Office
The hires are part of a $2.5 billion contract with United States insurer Transamerica.
U.S Plans Stricter Steps Against Foreign Students Overstaying Visa Tenure
The U.S. administration will start counting the unlawful presence from the day a student fails to maintain immigration status.
Over 4 Lakh Indian Students Got Job Authorization in U.S: Pew Report
Indians were the largest group of foreign graduate students to benefit from optional training program (OPT) between 2004 and 2016, according to Pew report.