Germany’s International Student Enrollment increased by 7% and reached 321,569 in 2015 which was 301,350 in 2014. This marked a continuous growth in international students enrollment for last 6 years, and overall growth of 32% over the past decade.
If you are planning to Study in United States, choosing a university can be a tough job. It requires plenty of research and planning. You might think of comparing school locations, degree programs, tuition costs, and campus life at a variety of schools. It is seen that many Indian students are finalizing their school selection just on the basis of a parameter called ‘University Ranking’ !!!
Most of the students are very confident and enthusiastic about their studies abroad. They feel it is going to be a new world and new beginning. They also have curiosity regarding the place, the university, the culture, the people, the climate and how are they going to adapt to everything. So a dilemma exists between the excitement and the nervousness !
The first trip of any student to USA can be both exciting as well nervous. Most of the students are concerned about what to expect and what will happen during passport control and customs. Here are some important points to ensure the smooth experience of first-timers to USA.
U.S. government made a recent change in regulations that impact the CONDITIONAL ADMISSION of international students. This change impacts all universities and institutions across USA who are authorized to enroll international students.
India’s University Grants Commission (UGC) announced new regulations on 22 June 2016, since formally published on 13 July 2016, which aim towards initiating new international collaborations between Indian and foreign universities.
Tertiary Institutions of New Zealand are trying to enroll thousands of Indian students that Immigration New Zealand does not believe are genuine students intending to study in New Zealand.
Education New Zealand has released its official enrollment report for 2015 stating that international students enrollment reached up to 125,011 students in 2015, a 13% rise from previous years.