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Downturn in overseas students to cost sector
Enrolments of international students continue to tumble, dropping 9.4 per cent in the last year, with vocational education hardest hit, according to the latest federal government figures...
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Australia lowers international student visa assessment levels
Australian government has lowered the visa assessment levels for International students from 38 countries, including India, under which they would now be required to provide less documentary evidence to support their claims for the grant of visa...
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Indians form 2nd largest group of international students in US
Indians represent 15 per cent of all foreigners pursuing higher education in the US, becoming the second largest international group after China which topped the list with over 18 per cent students...
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No compromise on education if America wants to be first
US President Barack Obama has again criticized a Republican proposal to cut the education budget by 20 percent, saying US must not compromise on education...
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Related Tags US President Barack Obama, Republican Proposal, Education Budget, India, China, Competitive Global Economy, South Korea, Germany, Childrens Education, US World-class Education, Administer Student Loans, Republicans in Congress, Best Education

Harvard toppled in new QS ranking
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Global Competition: U.S. Students vs. International Peers
Are U.S. students' tech skills keeping up with their international peers?
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Going global
Our universities must adapt for the international market, says Shelley Walia...
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Related Tags HRD Minister Kapil Sibal, Traditional conditions of academic knowledge, High-class graduates, Punjab University Chandigarh, Enhancement of exchange programmes, Memorandums of understanding (MoUs), Universities in Canada, Universities in France, Universities in UK, Universities in US, South Korea Universities, Promotion of healthy exchange programme, Celebration of diversity, Transcultural activities


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