10
Jul

New Hurdles for students on their way to Canada

The Government of Canada emphasized extending the travel restriction in the country till 21st July. The decision was recently announced in the wake of rising and falling numbers in the COVID cases worldwide, especially in India. While university in other countries has begun with welcoming international students on campus, Canada is still trying to curb the disease from the country

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15
Jun

What do you need to know about Student Direct Stream (SDS)- The New Visa Program of Canada?

  Things have been a little overwhelming since the beginning and ongoing second wave of COVID-19 in India. All the study abroad aspirants are still having difficulty figuring out when there will be a clear picture of them entering overseas and continuing their undergraduate or post-graduate program physically inside the campuses. Moreover, as the unlock phase begins again in the

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8
Apr

What you need to know about Designated learning Institutes in Canada?

  There is more to a proper university or college in foreign places than we know about. As international students, we are usually unknown about specific other options that we can explore based on our study and duration choice. Education need not be a complete four-year program; some institutes could offer more in less duration. When planning to pursue your

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6
Apr

The on/off campus Study Guidelines Part II: What to know about European university updates on COVID for International Students?

  In part 1 of the off/on-campus study guidelines, we discussed American and Canadian universities that are open to students with their best available and implemented learning mode for the students which would decide their permitted access to student visa for entering the province of the United States. The previous article gave an in-depth understanding of the conditions that prevail

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2
Apr

The on & off campus Study Guidelines Part I: What to know about US university’s COVID updates for International Students?

  It has been challenging and troublesome to understand whether going abroad for higher studies would be a wise choice considering the pandemic’s stressful situation in the outer world. All the study abroad aspirants aiming to enter into any reputed college which offers their selection of subject or course have had a recent stumbling block on their road to fulfilling

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2
Apr

What does studying abroad looks like for Indian Students in the post-pandemic world?

  By accepting a ‘new normal, we have conformed ourselves to the post-pandemic world. It will not come as a surprise if anyone claims not to remember the scenarios that prevailed while everything was in its ordinary course before the pandemic. The industries and lives have been majorly impacted due to COVID-19, even while there is now a vaccine amongst us.

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10
Sep

All you need to know about overseas education & job opportunities in Australia

In his latest move aimed at appeasing his domestic voters ahead of the upcoming US Presidential elections, President Donald Trump, on August 3, signed an executive order that prevents federal agencies from hiring H1B visa holders. This move came in less than two months after US authorities had ordered a temporary freeze in issuance of H1B visas to new applicants.

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20
Jul

US visa ban is a setback,but also an opportunity

Amidst pressure from various groups including top institutions such as Harvard and MIT, Trump Administration on 14th July rescinded its earlier decision to suspend issuance of F1 visa to international students pursuing academic and vocational program in the US. On 6 July, the ICE had issued a notification banning entry and stay of foreign students pursuing higher education in the

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10
Jul

Trump’s F1 Visa Ban Brings Trouble for Everyone, Including US Govt.

A day after the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ECE) announced that it was going to send international students back to their native country if they are pursuing entirely online course in the US, top academic institutions such as the MIT and Harvard have decided to take the govt body to court. On Wednesday, July 7, the concerned institutions filed

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4
Jul

COVID-19’s LATEST VICTIM? US VISA

Ever since Donald John Trump got elected to the White House in 2016, he has been quite harsh on the issue of immigration. From pressuring immigration department to go slow on H1B visa processing; asking US corporations to hire ‘Americans only’; putting toddlers in cages, to building a wall across the 3,000 km border between the US and the Mexico,

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