09Feb

France to Attract 10,000 Indian Students By 2020

French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault recently visited Bangalore that time they announced a plan to attract 10,000 Indian students to French institutions by 2020, more than doubling the current population of Indian students. In the press, French Foreign Minister said,“In 2016, 4,000 Indian students went to France. This is 50 times more than that of […]

09Feb

STUDY ABROAD: Dubai’s new part-time student work regulation

ABROAD STUDY:ABROAD WORK VISA: Experts hail Dubai law on student part-time work visa. new part-time student work regulation has strengthened the emirate’s reputation as a leading international education hub, experts said. The regulation is a significant milestone that aligns with the UAE’s Vision 2021, which has articulated the setting up of a competitive knowledge economy. […]

09Feb

MBBS NEWS: BAMS TO FILL UP MBBS VACANCIES IN MAHARASHTRA

STUDYMBBSINRUSSIA: Mumbai: Facing acute shortages of allopathy practitioners to provide care in the public healthcare centres of the state, the Maharashtra government has now turned to Ayurveda graduates to fill up its vacancies. Confirming the same, a top health official stated that all vacant medical posts across centres including public hospitals shall be filled up […]

09Feb

StudyAbroad: ICCA Dubai hopes to sponsor 52 chefs next year

StudyinDubai:The International Centre for Culinary Arts Dubai (ICCA Dubai) hopes to increase the number of young chefs it offers a culinary scholarship to, as part of its AED 1 Million Continuing Education Award. The center recently hosted the graduation program of 24 young chefs who were selected to be part of the AED 1 Million […]

09Feb

Study Abroad: Canada eases entry for foreign researchers

Foreign researchers coming to work at public Canadian universities for short periods no longer have to apply for a work permit, as part of the government’s Global Skills Strategy launched this week. Universities have welcomed the inclusion of the work permit exemption for academic stays of up to 120 days in the strategy, which also […]

09Feb

StudyAbroad: Indian Engineering college’s move to hike fees by 250%

StudyAbroad: Students have opposed Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute’s (VJTI) decision to increase the fees for post-graduation courses by 150% to 250%. The autonomous engineering institute’s board of governors recommended the fee hike, which has been approved. “All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) stopped funding our PG courses from 2008. All these years, we were […]