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UK Student Visa Reforms at a Glance

In March 2011, following a 3 month consultation on the reform of the student route, the UK government announced a package of reforms to Tier 4 of the points based system. These changes are being introduced in stages and concern sponsor accreditation, student entry requirements, entitlements and post-study arrangements. Two tranches of changes have already been introduced – in April and on 4 July - and further changes will be introduced in April 2012.

Hordes of Indian, Chinese Students Caught in Feds Fake College Sting

Federal investigators create a fake university in New Jersey to catch 'pay-to-stay' student visa schemers.

Things to Consider when Applying Abroad

The US State Department has cautioned Indian students who are planning to go to America to be alert to the existence of predatory visa fraud rackets.

Your guide to the Australian Student Visa Application

BrainGain decodes Australia’s student visa process. Here is a step by step guide.

US Social Media Surveillance is New Normal for Foreign Students

The Harvard student blocked from coming to the US at Logan Airport could enter this week, but Uncle Sam’s social media scrutiny is here to stay.

STEM in the USA - Key Attraction for Graduates Across the Globe

The preliminary report of the Council of Graduate Schools looks at major trends in USA’s education. A brief survey.

8 Simple Steps to Obtaining a Canadian Study Permit

BrainGain magazine brings you a step-by-step guide to obtaining a study permit in Canada.

Australia Making Visas More Attractive for International Students

The Australian government has announced a “broader, simpler, fairer” visa framework for international students. A move calculated to benefit all parties involved.

Shady recruitment agents put students' future at risk

Two news reports this week show how students pay a heavy price for scams by unscrupulous recruitment agents hired by US universities

Mission Admission

From a parent's point of view, supporting one's child's aspiration to study abroad evokes strong but somewhat mixed feelings.

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