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About 36,130 students at Delhi University have completed their admission process under the first cut-off list 2021, the university has announced.
International students will not benefit from government-facilitated flights with Qantas Airways despite receiving inbound exemptions to travel to Australia as well as...
Indian students who were expected to pursue higher education in Canada have been negatively affected after Canada decided to extend its ban...
Following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, Pune-based NGO “Sarhad” working for students living amid conflict, confirmed it will adopt 1,000 Afghan students...
Due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions imposed by several countries of the world, Indian students are facing difficulties in pursuing their studies abroad.
High Commissioner: Australia Risks Losing Thousands of Indian Students Due to Tight Border Restrictions
Australia might harm its education reputation among international students if it does not provide them with information about their return to the...
Victoria University of Wellington to Introduce Mandatory Vaccination for Students & Staff in Halls of Residence
Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand will introduce a COVID-19 vaccine requirement for students and staff living...
Australia will open borders for the returning Australian citizens, permanent residents, and their family members as of November 1, and the Australian...
The University of Sheffield will pay all of its employees a minimum of £10 per hour starting November 1, 2021, the university has...
Three universities in Arizona, the University of Arizona (UA), Northern Arizona University (NAU), and Arizona State University (ASU), will require all their...
To study abroad means to have the opportunity to get to meet new people, know new cultures, taste new foods, visit different...