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Trump to get tough on H-1B visas: whose loss will it be anyway?

The High-Skilled Integrity and Fairness Act of 2017 sets to clampdown on H-1B and L1 visas by reforming the programmes.

More than 1 million international students in the US but new enrollments are decreasing

The Open Doors report proves beyond doubt that US is still the number one choice for international students. But, will it stay that way? There is reason for doubt.

Participate in this Sustainability Challenge to win an internship in New Zealand

College students from 4 Indian states can team up and send in a proposal. The winning team will get to go on a three-week visit to participating New Zealand universities.

Canada′s newest guidelines restrict international students from entering its borders

Amidst the slew of positive policies that Canada announced, this move has come as a surprise.

Indian computer science students in Canada build a bot to ease the visa application process

Ruhi Madiwale and Dhivya Jayaraman discuss how they created their product, the support they’ve got from Dalhousie University and the local government, and how studying abroad has changed their lives.

US government backs international education in landmark statement

After two decades, the US government has taken a public stand in favour of international students.

New Zealand expedition and internship program for communication students

The program, offered by New Zealand’s Massey University, allows undergraduate students from any university to spend 6 weeks on study, travel, and internship in June and July 2018.

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 launches new institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence - Vishal Sikka, Sam Palmisano & Eric Schmidt on board

Vishal Sikka, former CEO of Infosys, Sam Palmisano, former CEO of IBM, Marissa Mayer, former CEO of Yahoo, Eric Schmidt and other industry leaders are on the advisory board.

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.

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