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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.

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.

'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.

UK Considering Further Clampdown on International Student Visas

The Conservative government is planning a further clampdown on international student visas to cut immigrant numbers. Read more below.

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

US universities respond to Donald Trumpís 'immigrant ban'

February 23, 2019 |
On January 27, 2017, the Donald Trump administration banned the nationals of seven countries from entering the United States. The 'immigrant ban' affects 20,000 international students and faculty, and has drawn opposition from US citizens, government officials, employers, and educational institutions. For updates, visit www.braingainmag.com

Your visa options after graduating from a university in the UK

Plan to study in the UK and stay on to gain work experience there? Our quick guide outlines your options to ease your transition from international student to UK resident.

The application process to study in France, explained in one simple chart

This handy timeline helps you plan everything: choosing universities, working on your application, taking standardized tests, and preparing for your visa and travel.

We want the world's best engineers, says Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau

He says Canada values diversity in science and engineering, is investing $125 mn in its strategy for artificial intelligence research and talent, and plans to make the visa process easier

Where to get great tips on studying abroad from international experts - for free!

If youíre in Delhi on February 11, donít miss our student information session, where experts from around the world will answer your questions

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