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  • Delhi tit for tat on UK degrees – Cloud on recognition to one-year courses

    India is rethinking its commitment to recognise the one-year master’s degrees awarded in Britain because British universities do not universally accept Indian Class XII certificates, sources told The Telegraph. Education minister Smriti Irani has told high commissioner James David Bevan that all British campuses must start admitting Indian undergraduates on the strength of their Central… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
  • UK to make transit through country easier

    It will soon become easier to transit through the UK, as the country plans to simplify the rules regarding transit visa for air travellers. According to recent plans, it will be possible to transit through the UK by air without a UK transit visa if the traveller has a valid US visa, Australia visa, New… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
  • Accounting still popular with overseas students despite tight jobs market

    A 40 per cent jump in new overseas postgraduate accounting students in 2013 was the sole driving force in the critical tertiary accounting education market, as local students continued to shun the field. International students now ­dominate accounting courses, making up a record 79 per cent of the 17,600 enrolled postgraduate students in 2013, according to data… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
  • Australia witnesses 15% increase in Indian travellers for year ending June 2014

    India has emerged as the tenth largest inbound market for Australia for the year ending June 2014. The average length of stay of Indian visitors in Australia was 55 nights, and they spent AUD 752 million, which makes India the 12th largest inbound source market in terms of expenditure. According to Tourism Australia, the most… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
  • Myanmar Alert – Securing Visas Upon Arriving in the Country on the Increase

    The number of visitors obtaining visas when they arrive at Yangon International Airport in Myanmar has increased significantly.  In the first eight months of 2014, 74,503 individuals entered the countrywithout first getting a visa at a Myanmar Consulate abroad; instead opting to obtain tourist or business visitor visas when arriving at Yangon International Airport.  According… Read More »

    Sep 25, 2014
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