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Study Abroad/ September,28 2022
The LEGO Foundation, Germany, and the US Declared US$42 Million in New, Additional Funding to ECW, Contacting for US$1.5 Billion in Urgent Funding

This week, the LEGO Foundation, Germany, and the United States announced US$42 in recent additional funding to ECW- Education Cannot Wait, the United Nations (UN) global fund for education in emergencies and long-winded crises. The new budget catalyses much-needed support to manage a global learning crisis where more than 78 million crisis-influenced girls and boys are out of school, and almost two-thirds of 10-year-olds cannot read and understand a simple text.

Study Abroad/ September,28 2022
Western Australia Launches New Scheme To Incentivise Agents

These government-funded commissions should not be seen as a replacement for the incentives paid by individual institutions, but rather a top-up for agents...

Study Abroad/ September,26 2022
UN Education Fund Acquires $42 million From Contributors

Xinhua news agency reported that the donors declared their decision during the high-level week of the UN General Assembly, with the LEGO Foundation proposing $25 million, Germany 10 million euros ($9.7 million), and the US $7 million.

Study Abroad/ September,23 2022
Columbia Falls from 2nd to Directly 18th Position in Latest US News Rankings

On September 9, Columbia University issued a statement and admitted to submitting incorrect information to the organisation, exaggerating its class sizes and the number of full-time faculty employed who carry terminal degrees. These elements are taken into account when calculating college ranks by the US News and World Report.

Study Abroad/ September,23 2022
NMC Releases List of Georgia Universities For Indian Medical Students From Ukraine

The National Medical Commission has announced a list of universities in Georgia for Ukraine-returned Indian medical students...

Study Abroad/ September,20 2022
Canadian Universities Rake in More Than CA$7 Billion Thanks to Foreign students

According to a separate report by StatCan Provincial funding accounted for a substantial contributor to university revenues at CA$15.1 billion, observed by tuition and other fees at CA$13.3 billion. Of the latter amount, overseas students contributed an estimated CA$5.1 billion — approximately 12.2% of total university earnings.

Study Abroad/ September,19 2022
Indian Students Propelling Enrolment Boost in Postgraduate Programmes for Canadian Institutes

Out of 286,400 study permits that IRCC approved in 2021 for all programmes, 52% were for applicants to college programmes, demonstrating the increasingly essential role that colleges are playing in the development of Canada’s international education sector.

Study Abroad/ September,19 2022
U.S. Department of Education Introduces 2022 National Blue Ribbon Schools

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recognized around 297 schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2022. With its 39th cohort, the National Blue Ribbon Schools Programme has granted approximately 10,000 awards to over 9,000 schools.

Study Abroad/ September,14 2022
Syracuse Abroad Hosting Annual Syracuse Abroad Week From September 12 to 16

This year, Syracuse Abroad Week will take place September 12-16. Students, partners, and faculty are invited to participate in various in-person and virtual events to learn about study abroad opportunities and program offerings.

Study Abroad/ September,13 2022
UK Students Are Being Forced to Live in Neighbouring Cities Due to University Accommodation Crisis

A week ago, Manchester confirmed it still had more than 350 freshers waiting for a place in halls in the city. Last week, after proposing £2,500 to anyone within commuting distance, who would swap to living at home, a spokesperson for the university stated there were now 75 freshers still waiting for somewhere to live.

Study Abroad/ September,11 2022
India Issues Advisory Briefing Troubles for Students Preparing to Study Medicine in China

India has issued a detailed advisory for forthcoming students desiring to study medicine in China, warning them of the pitfalls, including poor pass percentage, mandatory learning of the official spoken language Putonghua and stringent criteria to qualify to practice in India. According to official estimates, over 23,000 Indian students are presently enrolled in various Chinese universities. A vast plurality of them is medical students.

Study Abroad/ September,10 2022
Australia Announced Significant Extension of Post-Study Work Rights for International Students

The government has announced that post-study work rights for international students have been extended for holders of certain degrees connected to skills shortages in the Australian economy.

Study Abroad/ September,09 2022
US Education Delegation Visiting To Improve Academic Linkages With India

The US Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) will explore partnerships and collaboration with the Indian education sector during the delegation visits to Bengaluru, New Delhi, and Mumbai between September 12-16. The delegation will include representatives of 21 US HEIs (Higher Education Institutes) from 15 US states, which will go around the three major Indian cities against the backdrop of India’s New Education Policy (NEP 2020).

Study Abroad/ September,07 2022
MIT-WPU & Tata Motors Joined Hands for Partnership in Placement and Educational Programmes

The MIT World Peace University and Tata Motors have joined hands to establish industry intakes in associating the industry-academic gaps for the students and launching various development projects. This partnership between Tata Motors and MIT World Peace University will aid the university by providing students with the proper guidance and platform to build and enhance their skills.

Study Abroad/ September,06 2022
98 Million Sub-Saharan African Children Out-of-Schools Due to Lack of Access to Education

the director-general of UNESCO, stated that we require a global mobilization to place education at the top of the international agenda. The rate of females out of school in sub-Saharan Africa is 4.2 percent higher than that of males. Inequalities in access to education hold 20.2 million children in Nigeria out of school, followed by Ethiopia with 10.5 million and the Democratic Republic of Congo with 5.9 million.

Study Abroad/ September,05 2022
Queensland & Australia Addresses India with Educational Opportunities

Initiated by Chancellor Peter N Varghese AO and President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry AO, the contingent discussed the partnerships and collaborations tailored toward the National Education Policy’s (NEP 2020) objective of internationalizing India’s higher education sector and bolstering its long-standing links with India.


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