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'Indian Students Abroad' - 21 Video Result(s)

'Indian Students Abroad' - 18 News Result(s)

  • A Weakening Rupee Means More Investment for Indian Students Abroad

    A Weakening Rupee Means More Investment for Indian Students Abroad

    The global meltdown of stock markets and the Sensex's biggest slump in years has cost investors a lot of wealth. But the domino effect on the volatility of rupee has also impacted the Indian students studying abroad.

  • Rupee at 2 Year Low, Indian Students Abroad Hit Hard

    Rupee at 2 Year Low, Indian Students Abroad Hit Hard

    The Indian Rupee's plunge to 65.90 for a US dollar has come as a shocker for many parents who have sent their children to study abroad, as education costs are set to increase due to the fall of Indian currency.

  • Are You an Indian Student Going Abroad? Have You Packed These in Your Suitcase?

    Are You an Indian Student Going Abroad? Have You Packed These in Your Suitcase?

    A hilarious video shared on Facebook presents a ready reckoner of what Indian students pack as suitcase essentials. It doesn't matter how long the course is, these staples can't be left out.

  • US $6 Billion a Year to Study Abroad Shows How Talent is Not the Only Thing India Loses

    US $6 Billion a Year to Study Abroad Shows How Talent is Not the Only Thing India Loses

    Ishan wants to pursue his education in the United States. He stands in a queue at the US Embassy to get his student visa for a bachelor's degree in computer science. After an hour-long wait and thorough document checks, he finally gets his visa to go study at the University of Washington.

  • Indians Spend Rs 45,000 Crore Per Year on Foreign Education: Study

    Indians Spend Rs 45,000 Crore Per Year on Foreign Education: Study

    Indian students spend $7 billion or around Rs 45,000 crore per year on foreign education because of "sub-standard" quality of higher education in the country, according to a study by industry body Assocham and Mumbai-based Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

  • Indian students to benefit from Australia's new visa regime

    The new Australian government is set to announce a series of steps to make its student visa regime simpler to attract more foreign students, including those from India, and revive the billion dollar higher education industry

  • France eases visa norms for Indian students

    France eases visa norms for Indian students

    At a time when the UK is mulling hefty visa cash bond raising concerns here, France announced on Thursday a slew of India-specific measures easing visa norms for those wanting to pursue higher education, a move that is expected to increase the inflow of Indian students to that country.

  • Same-day visa for Indian investors, no cap on students: Cameron

    Same-day visa for Indian investors, no cap on students: Cameron

    Out to woo Indian businesses and students, British Prime Minister David Cameron today announced his country would introduce same-day visa services for investors and said there would be no limit on the number of students from India studying there.

  • Indian students in Germany need not pay to study: Envoy

    Indian students in Germany need not pay to study: Envoy

    Germany, a hub of quality scientific research and innovation, is keen to attract the brightest Indian minds for further studies and research and has as an incentive made it easier for students to stay over and work, the country's envoy has said. Another incentive for students is that German universities don't charge any fees.

  • Top London university loses right to sponsor visas; hundreds of Indian students affected

    Top London university loses right to sponsor visas; hundreds of Indian students affected

    London Metropolitan University, which has over 350 Indian students on its rolls, has been told by the UK Border Agency that it cannot bring foreign students into the country. This has led to panic among around 2600 foreign students of the university, who fear deportation.

  • Another Tri-Valley? Raids at university packed with Indians

    Another Tri-Valley? Raids at university packed with Indians

    The US has promised that it will protect the interests of hundreds of Indian students at the University of Northern Virginia (UNVA), which was raided yesterday by investigating and law enforcement agencies on charges of visa fraud.

  • Hundreds of Andhra students may be deported from US

    Hundreds of Indian students, mostly from Andhra Pradesh, face the prospect of deportation from the US after authorities raided and shut down a university in the Silicon Valley on charges of a massive immigration fraud.The Tri-Valley University in Pleasanton, a major suburb in San Francisco Bay Area, has been charged by federal investigating authori...

  • IIT undergrads impress Canadian varsities

    Over a hundred Indian undergraduate students, who are in Canada on summer internships with various universities, have impressed their hosts with their research and innovative skills.The 105 bright students, mostly from eight IITs, are taking part in three-month research projects in computer science, engineering, mathematics and business at 14 Canad...

  • After Indian attacks, Melbourne fights 'knife culture'

    In a bid to crack down on street crimes, Victorian government on Thursday announced USD 1000 on-the- spot fine for people caught carrying knives.

  • Tougher for Indian students to get into UK

    Tougher for Indian students to get into UK

    Home secretary Alan Johnson has announced new measures intended to cut the number of student visas issued abroad.

  • Look poor to avoid attacks: Oz top cop to Indian students

    Victorian police chief Simon Overland has advised Indian students in Australia to keep a low profile and "try to look as poor as you can" to avoid attacks.

  • Soon, compulsory registration for students going abroad

    Union Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs Vayalar Ravi said the Centre is planning to introduce compulsory registration system.

  • Database of Indian students going abroad soon

    Database of Indian students going abroad soon

    Indian students going abroad for higher education will in future be registered by the authorities in India.

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