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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.

Brexit getting you down? You may be able to get an Oxford degree in Paris soon!

France could become an alternative for international students who want to study at other UK universities, too, as some of them may relocate their degree courses there

Trump Effect: decline in new student enrolments in the US

In 2016-17, 62,537 Indian students got F1 visas to study in the US, down 16.43% from the previous year, according to the latest Open Doors report.

Going abroad to study? Be sure to take these 3 medical tests

In recent years, many countries have upped their medical test requirements for those entering on student and work visas, so make health documentation part of your travel and visa prep

International students are "very welcome" in Ireland

Ireland is opening its doors to international students. Earlier this year, a trade mission visited India with the very purpose of increasing awareness about the opportunities in Irish higher education. BrainGain Magazine spoke to delegates including the Minister of State - Mary Mitchell O'Connor, T.D.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May urged to ease visa rules for Indians

India wants its young, highly qualified students who graduate from UK universities to have a better chance to participate in research and work opportunities there

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.

Straight Talk: Studying in the US is safer than driving a car in India

While gun violence and visa-related uncertainties are understandable concerns, it is undeniable that the quality of American higher education is excellent

'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.

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