Taking up the challenge of studying overseas amid coronavirus pandemic

22 December, 2018 NewYork Tower, Melbourne

What will be the future of those Indian students who are courageous enough to take that step, possibly beginning courses online or stepping off a plane into a still emerging reality?

Britain is more open to Indian students now than at any time over recent years. The post-study work visas are being restored and the government has introduced an international education strategy across all departments aimed at creating more welcoming policies to the scholars of the future. Many aspirants are delighted to see this change away from the caution of Teresa May to the pro-Indian internationalism of Boris Johnson. Even this week a recent Conservative Universities Minister called for the post study work visa to be extended to four years – the policy mood is now moving to a greater welcome for international students, at last.

Source: The Indian express


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