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US mulls tougher foreign student policy, annual visa renewals

International students may be required to reapply for permission to stay in the US every year, if a proposal aimed at increasing national security goes through.

'A lot of Indian students are finding career opportunities in Ireland'

Barry O'Driscoll, Senior Adviser at Education in Ireland, says around 3,000 Indians currently study at Irish universities and colleges, and that number is rising fast thanks to practical courses and work opportunities after graduation.

University of Calgary waives application fee for those affected by US travel ban

The university's offer to consider new applicants, transfer students, and visiting scholars is in line with Canada’s strategy to make citizenship easier for international students

New Zealand Excellence Awards winners begin their studies

35 Indians have begun their education in New Zealand after winning the excellence awards.

Australia tightens work visa rules, scraps popular temporary work visa

PM Malcolm Turnbull says Australia will replace the 457 visa with a new program requiring greater English-language proficiency and prior work experience

Stanford Seed announces expansion to India - applications open

Stanford Seed will run its first program in Chennai from August 2017. Applications are now open.

Oxford and Cambridge bag top spots in 2018 World University Rankings

US universities continue to dominate the top 200, but they and other western institutions face challenges from within and from Asia, while Indian schools slip further down the rankings

US colleges slash budgets as international students shy away

Schools in the Midwest have been hit hard by the loss of Indian and Chinese students who pay the full freight to study in America.

What You Need to Know About Trump's 'Muslim Ban'

Trump's travel ban aimed at seven Muslim majority countries has rattled international students in the US, sparked protests and jolted the world.

International students still keen to study in the US, despite political environment

A new survey has found that international students are still keen to attend US universities and colleges, although there are concerns about visa uncertainties and being unwelcome.

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