Indians went abroad for studies : Government figures
- Indians went abroad for studies 2,71,506 in 2016;
- Indians went abroad for studies 4,56,823 in 2017;
- Indians went abroad for studies 5,20,342 in 2018;
- Indians went abroad for studies 5,88,931 in 2019;
- Indians went abroad for studies 2,61,406 in 2020.
Canada International Students can travel now
MAY 1, 2021 5:19:57 PM
International students are currently exempt from Canada’s COVID-19 travel rules. All students must be able to provide a valid study permit or a letter of introduction that shows they were approved for a permit, according to CTV new
India placed on UK government travel list
The UK government has placed a ban on travel from India from the 23rd of April. This is due to the increase in the number of Covid-19 cases in the country. Those travelling from India after this date will not be granted entry to the UK unless they have citizenship or residency rights.
- Indians Drive UK’s Overseas Student Population GrowthEducation | Press Trust of India | Friday May 22, 2020Students from India choosing the UK as a higher education destination made up the biggest chunk of migrants to Britain last year, with their figures registering a whopping 136 per cent increase over the previous year, according to latest immigration statistics released here on Thursday.
- UK Universities Reach Out To Indian Students For COVID-19 SupportEducation | Press Trust of India | Thursday May 7, 2020 UK universities have urged distressed Indian students, whether still in Britain or in India, to get in touch with their varsity support services if they need help or guidance during the coronavirus related lockdown.
- Study Abroad Dreams Shattered Or Delayed Due To COVID-19, Students Look For Plan BEducation | Press Trust of India | Sunday April 5, 2020 Study abroad plans of several students have either been shattered or delayed due to lockdown restrictions imposed in various countries across the globe leading to suspension of classes and visa processes due to the COVID-19 situation.
|New students enrolled in 100% online courses will not be able to enter USCovid-19 had necessitated major adjustments in the US policies governing international student status and visas in the USA. In keeping with the largely unchanged domestic infection guidelines, the government has announced on April 26, 2021, that it will carry forward its March 2020 policies into the 2021-2022 academic year applicable to F-1 and M status students.|