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Australia hikes visa fees for international students

The Australian government has hiked the fees for international students, officials said on Monday.

Eighth Annual Student Visa Day: US mission interviews over 3900 Indian applicants

The United States remains the number one higher education destination for Indian students, with studies showing that 69 per cent of Indian students prefer U.S. education to any other destination, a top official said on Thursday.

The American Dream: Indian students immigrate, make their mark in science

Meera Chandrasekhar left India in 1975 to study in the United States, driven by her passion for experimental physics. Dr. Kattesh Katti arrived in 1990 and eventually became a pioneer in nanotechnology and nano-medicine. Vineet Singh arrived 27 years ago to expand his research in microbiology.

Physics Wallah's Alakh Pandey invited to US universities as speaker, urges Indians to return home and contribute to nation's development

Alakh Pandey, founder of edtech startup firm Physics Wallah, has urged Indians currently studying in the US to return home and contribute to the development of India.

Over 25% of rural teens 14-18 grapple with reading, Class 3 math skills lacking for most: ASPER 2024 Survey

New Delhi: Nearly 25% of adolescents aged 14-18 struggle to read a 2nd-grade level text in their regional languages, according to the latest Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) survey.

US remains a top choice for Indian students pursuing higher education abroad: Open Doors Report

The number of international students from India to the United States increased by 35 percent and resulted in an all-time high of 268,923 students in the academic year 2022-23, as per data released by Open Doors Report (ODR).

Imperial College London announces scholarships worth £ 400,000 for Indian students studying in the college

London: Imperial College London has announced scholarships of £ 400,000 for the Indian students studying in the college, the Union Ministry of Science & Technology said in a statement on Saturday.

France targets to enrol 20,000 Indian students in higher institutions by 2025: Catherine Colonna

French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna has said the nation targets to enrol 20,000 Indian students in higher institutions by 2025.

Canada-bound Indian students wait with bated breath for visa approvals

New Delhi/IBNS: Numerous Indian students excited to start their freshman year in Canadian universities wait with bated breath as visa delays spoil travel plans.

U.S. Consulate Kolkata celebrates Student Visa Day

Kolkata /IBNS: The U.S. Mission in India organized its sixth annual Student Visa Day on Wednesday.  Consular Officers at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi and Consulates General in Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Mumbai interviewed more than 2,500 Indian student visa applicants.

Do not travel to Pakistan for higher education: UGC, AICTE direct Indian students

New Delhi/IBNS: The University Grants Commission (UGC) and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) have directed Indian students that they should not enroll themselves in any educational institution in Pakistan, failing which they will not be eligible to pursue higher studies or find a job in India.

UK announces new student visa route for Indian students

New Delhi/IBNS: A new visa route for international students will open on 5 October, delivering on the UK Government’s commitment to introduce a new points-based immigration system. The new Student Route will replace the previous Tier 4 visa route, making the process more streamlined for students and their sponsoring institutions.