New arrangements from Australian universities to welcome students

With the economy dipping down due to COVID-19 this year, the Australian government has been really keen on getting international students back to their country to begin their international education. Several measures were taken to resume operations for the past few months but were all paused. But earlier this week, the Australian government has approved …

The University of Plymouth offers business-related scholarships

The University of Plymouth, England has introduced new scholarships for students to encourage them in pursuing business-related courses. In their attempt to support the field businesses through the economic recovery period and their ongoing drive to connect the students with industry, the university has piloted a new initiative to pair highly skilled Masters level students …

Canada to reopen universities for international students

The Canadian government on October 20, 2020 declared that certain designated learning institutions will reopen to international students. The government of Canada has been doing everything possible to make the situation comfortable for the international students eversince the pandemic began, and this news came as a huge relief for many students. Students who are already …

New Zealand opens borders for limited International students

The New Zealand government on Tuesday announced that it will allow a limited number of international students into the country this November, 2020. The education minister promised that around 250 international students pursuing PhD or Masters will be permitted to cross borders and enter the country earlier next month. Further arrangements are being made to …

Canada to open borders for international students

On 2nd October, Friday Canada’s Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Marco Mendicino announced that the country would re-open its borders to international students starting this 20th October 2020. With this new plan in place, students will now be permitted to enter Canada if they’re attending any university, college, institution or school with a government-approved COVID-19 …

THE and AECC GLOBAL announce partnership to help international students looking to study in Australia, Malaysia and Singapore.

Times Higher Education (THE), the trusted global data partner for higher education, and AECC Global, a leading provider of independent student counselling services and university application support, are delighted to announce a partnership supporting students who intend to study in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Singapore.   This exclusive partnership with AECC Global further enables …

New Policy Changes for International Students – Canada

The Canadian government has introduced some new temporary policy changes that are largely beneficial to the international students willing to study in Canada. With Canada being one of the friendly nations most preferred by international students, the new policy changes have not come as a surprise entirely since the government constantly works on accommodating international …

Swinburne introduces scholarships for international students

The Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne has come up with three new beneficial scholarships for international students. From fee reduction to refund policies, these new scholarships are inclusive of solutions to most of the hardships that the students may come across during this academic year. The Swinburne X LinkedIn International Program gives offshore students …

QS survey reports – online classes most preferred by staff in the UK

With the UK proposing to start classes on campus by introducing a blended form of learning which is inclusive of both online and face to face learning earlier this week, a recent survey has suggested that most universities prefer online courses to that of the other. Almost 99% of the universities in the UK stated …

Business Schools in Canada launches new online portal

The Business Schools Association of Canada (BSCA) has recently introduced its online portal to help international and domestic students to access information about studying in the country. Every year Canada hosts around 17.71% of international students studying business administration courses alone. With the pandemic playing a huge role in the delay of proper communication about …

The recent hike in Virtual Campus tours

The COVID – 19 may have pushed the plans of young international students a little behind, but it has not stopped them from dreaming about studying abroad. Several universities across the world have been trying everything in their power to introduce new initiatives that would benefit international students, to make their dream a reality. One …

Canada’s new 2 Stage Study-permit approval process

The Canadian Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino introduced some important visa approval plans for international students earlier last week. The International students who cannot submit all of the required documentation, can utilise this new procedure. Through this process, international students can begin their studies online at their own home. The online studies will be counted toward …