Higher Studies Abroad
As per one study it was found that more than 50% of the students have found that students are going planning to study abroad more compare to studying in India. The study
also shows that the students are also looking for ways to studying in countries and universities that do not have entrance exams or mandatory English proficiency tests.
Students in general have been increasingly enrolling themselves in the foreign universities at a rapid rate. Students have shown their desire to study abroad in demanded subjects like data science, engineering and arts. Studying abroad is also a rewarding adventure as the instructive experience makes them prepare for their future.
Aston University is one of the leading universities in the United Kingdom, Established in 1966. The campus of this university is as large as 60 acres currently in the center of Birmingham. It is among the most acknowledged universities in the United Kingdom. This university offers undergraduate, postgraduate, apprenticeship, and executive degrees to aspiring international students who want to study in the UK. Due to the pandemic situation and to have a better presence on the internet, the university is providing online courses as well.
Flinders University was Established in 1966 in South Australia, their main campus is located at Bedford Park and other campuses are in Victoria Square and Tonsley. On 1st July 1966, University Act was passed and the Bedford Park campus started their operations. At the beginning the university had only 90 staff members and 400 students. Sir Mark Mitchell was appointed as its first chancellor and Peter Karmel as its first vice-chancellor.
The UK has declared points-based visa system. It requires international students to have 70 points to enter the country. It was launched in October, 2020. This system has replaced the Tier 4 visa route which was used to non-EU students and has been implemented earlier than the expected January 2021 date.