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  • International MBA And Master’s Students Have To Pay More In UK

    MBA and master’s students from outside the EU have to pay more in tuition fees at UK business schools, while fees for postgraduate courses this year are up by 1.2% on average, new data show. A study by The Complete University Guide found “wide tuition fee variations” for internationals on postgraduate programs such as master’s… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
  • Sweden’s Chill on Immigration

    Sweden’s center-right government has given its electorate lower taxes, strong economic growth and low public debt in its eight years in power. So its defeat in Sunday’s parliamentary election, and the rise of an ultra-right-wing anti-immigration party, needs some explaining. No doubt a rising unemployment rate played a role. Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt’s privatization and… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
  • Opposed to revised visa laws as Indian students are important to us, says Cambridge VC

    Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, the vice chancellor of the University of Cambridge, is in the city for a series of meetings and events. On Tuesday, the vice chancellor will be presenting the Cambridge Outstanding Learner awards to principals of schools across the country where outstanding learners have been identified at the IGCSE and A-level, at… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
  • Labour announces pledge to remove international students from net migration targets

    The Labour Party has announced its pledge to remove international students from future net migration targets, so breaking with the current policy of the coalition government. In a speech at the Universities UK annual conference, Liam Byrne, Labour’s shadow universities, science and skills minister, confirmed that this would be party’s policy heading into the 2015… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
  • India 5th most preferred study destination for MBA students: report

    While an MBA degree continues to maintain its charm among the students, the reputation of the educational system is the most important factor which helps any prospective student decide a preferred study destination. A recent report on prospective students survey by the reveals that India gained itself a place in the top 5 most… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
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