There is a shift of focus among study abroad aspirants when choosing a study destination; students are looking beyond traditional English-taught countries and universities
A recent study targeted at unveiling emerging trends in the study abroad space found that 42 per cent of Indian students are now looking to explore non-English speaking countries
The types of collaborations include student exchange programmes, pathways to master’s degrees, joint research and faculty exchange programmes
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