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Canada, Australia and New Zealand to increase their shares of the international student market in 2021

Ernst & Young report predicts that COVID19 will redistribute international student flow.

Australia is not putting international students first when it comes to travel rules

Sports persons and others are being allowed to enter Australia, but international students remain in limbo.

Indian students scramble to fly home as US colleges switch to remote classes due to coronavirus outbreak

With colleges shutting down abruptly, foreign students from far-away places like India navigate a logistics nightmare to chart their way home.

Chaos, Creativity and Calm: Online Learning in Times of COVID

Although the move to incorporating more online learning in college classrooms has been a topic of discussion for some years now, Shoma Chakrwarty, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the Maniben Nanavati Women’s College, Mumbai never imagined it would land up on her doorstep the way it did during the lockdown.

COVID19 will not impact your post-study work opportunities in Canada

Canada has a reputation for welcoming its international students. In the current crisis, they’ve taken measures to more than justify it.

Charles Darwin University welcomes the first cohort of international students in 2020

If this pilot program succeeds, the university hopes to welcome another batch in January.

Get ready for the big shift in education

The time when education was defined by a 4-year degree might be over already. Here’s what you should prepare for now.

"We were grateful to have him back"- A parent talks about the impact of COVID19

What is it like to be a parent waiting for your child to return home as a disease sweeps across the globe, closing borders and flooding hospitals? Here is a first-person account.

'Most of the impediments to online learning are socio-economic… I don't see a quick tech fix for those'

Is online learning everything it’s cracked up to be? That is the question academics and students are still responding to globally. Ashoka University’s Mandakini Dubey weighs in.

US government takes back ruling hostile to international students

Over 200 universities and 17 states had signed court briefings backing Harvard and MIT as they challenged ICE.

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