High college cut offs attracts world’s top universities to India for talent
College cut offs reached new heights this June as the 10% increase in entry requirements into Indian colleges caused great challenges to students achieving less than top marks...
|College cut offs reached new heights this June as the 10% increase in entry requirements into Indian colleges caused great challenges to students achieving less than top marks. Even talented students achieving marks in the 80+ range are likely to face difficulty in gaining a spot at their first choice university in India. The world's top universities recognise the talent in Indian students and will arrive in India between the 13th and 21st of September to meet and recruit the best Indian students to their institutions.|
With prestigious colleges such as Shri Ram College of Commerce, Hindu College, and Lady Shri Ram College requiring 100%, 99% and 97%* respectively, over 150,000 Indian students are currently pursuing higher education degrees overseas. The recently released eighth edition of the QS World University Rankings® 2011, which ranks the top 700 universities in the world shows the range of world class universities . The top 100 consisting of universities from UK, US, China, Switzerland, Japan, Singapore, Germany, Denmark and Canada to name a few. The QS World University Tour, an undergraduate recruitment event from the team behind the QS World University Rankings®, brings some of these top-ranked institutions from around the world to meet with the best Indian students looking to study abroad.
Universities from around the world are keen to recruit in India and have long recognised the potential of the country's students and the value they add to their universities. Marina Tirado, Head of International Development at IE University in Spain says, "Over the course of the last year India has played a major role in global business. The talent of Indian students is internationally renowned which is why we're actively recruiting these future leaders to our university."
Peter MacDonald, Head of Graduate Products at QS says, 'The best higher education institutions in India are heavily oversubscribed; the supply and demand of quality institutions in India does not go hand in hand." He continues, "Candidates may be pleasantly surprised at the entry requirements of some of the best universities in the world in comparison to those in India. Countries such as Canada** are offering very favourable visa environments for Indian students in hope of attracting the best students to the country."
For those worried about the high cost sometimes associated with studying abroad, many institutions travelling with the tour will provide scholarships and offer practical advice on applying to different financial aid schemes. Attendees will also have the opportunity to speak with admissions directors from universities around the world, receive admissions advice from independent experts and attend seminars on studying abroad. As the events are free, it is recommended that attendees register online on www.topuniversities.com/tour prior to the event in order to secure a spot on the day.
Source: [ www.2classnotes.com ]
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