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The increase in college applications is caused by several factors which are driven by the early pandemic. The US remains the top destination of Indian international students, while Spain allows global learners to stay after their graduation.
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Many countries have now reopened their borders to welcome the new and continuing students after over two years since the pandemic began. They are preparing incentives for global learners to entice them to pursue international education in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, and many more.
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This week’s stories are focused on various government’s proposals to provide assistance for international students. More education executives, ministers, and other stakeholders have met to discuss possible plans on how to help students in their higher education endeavors abroad and review the existing laws that govern the latter.
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This week’s stories are centered on international and visa applications being opened to international students. More global learners are encouraged to apply as the chances of getting their applications and visas approved are higher. The governments of different countries are also extending considerations for student visas.
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This week's stories surround in several institutions and government agencies which are doing their best to encourage the international students to come back and enroll in colleges and universities...
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This news is about the direct request of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to US universities to provide the expertise in defense, cybersecurity, aeronautics, and healthcare that is needed to rebuild his country’s war-torn economy and infrastructure.
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