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Foreign student applications to US colleges up despite Trump policies

Freshman applications from international students to major US colleges for the next academic year remain intact, but the future looks hazy.

Trump Revises Travel Ban, but US Schools Fret Over Damage

The White House may have removed Iraq from the travel ban list, but the heart of the executive action is intact reflecting a hardening of immigration policy.

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.

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.

Australia's top research universities propose special visa for international PhDs

A bilateral task force set up by the elite Group of Eight consortium has drafted an action plan to strengthen academic and research ties between Australia and India.

Thinking of studying in Germany? All you need to know to get started, in one simple chart

Use this handy timeline to plan out the entire application process: choosing universities, working on your application, taking standardized tests, and preparing for your visa and travel.

International students can apply for H1B visas again!

Trump's ban expires on 31 March 2021 and Biden is unlikely to renew it.

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

International students will not be able to study online-only and remain in the US, starting this fall

The US announces an unfriendly modification to their Student Exchange and Visitor Program.

Demonetization hurting Indian students bound for Australia

Delays in bank loans for higher studies may prevent thousands from heading out in February, according to a new report, but things could ease up in six months

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