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FRANCE

Indian Students: France Wants You!

France is aiming to more than double the enrollment of Indian students at French universities in the next three years. As part of efforts to strengthen its “strategic partnership” with India, the country aims to be hosting 10,000 Indian students by 2020.

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SWEDEN

HIGHLIGHTS FROM MAKE IN INDIA: SWEDEN 2O17

India and Sweden have shared a long-standing relationship for over two decades. Mutual economic interests have always served as a key driver, though trade ties have been significantly enhanced in the last few years.

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India, Sweden may speed up visa processing, work permits

India and Sweden are looking to speed up visa processing for both tourism and work permits to complement their growing business ties. Air India launched a direct New Delhi-Stockholm flight on August 16, a move that will facilitate travel between the two countries.

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Study abroad in Sweden – the next big education hub for Indian students

Sweden, one of the most progressive and innovation focused countries globally has fast become a destination flocked by Indian students for culminating their high education dreams. It is the third largest country in the European Union and with a population close to 10million embodies a free-thinking, and creative culture that lays an emphasis on innovation led group work.

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GERMANY

Indian students triple in Germany

As the number of Indian students in Britain continues to dwindle, there are indications the figures are growing in other European countries such as Germany, where the latest statistics put their count at 13,740 – thrice the number in 2010.

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Top 5 Destinations for Indian Students Who Plan to Study Abroad

Universities worldwide have seen a constant rise in the number of Indian students enrolling for a degree away from their home country. The main reason behind their choice is the fact that the Indian job market appreciates a degree from a top international university more compared to an Indian’s Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.

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Five reasons to study in Germany

Germany is the third most popular destination among international students in the world. More than twelve percent of students at German universities come from abroad – just like you. Germany is an attractive place to study and German university degrees are highly respected by employers worldwide.

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NETHERLANDS

Study in Netherland

Known for its high quality in education and research, international study environment, and competitive pricing, the Netherlands is home to 60,000 international students each year and has an impressive 8 universities in the global top 100 of the Times High Education World University Rankings 2015-2016.

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Quality education, fetching value for money

Study in Netherlands- In Netherlands, you can explore over 2100 programmes taught in English. Besides the creative environment, connecting with the large number of international students, over 90,000, will certainly help you substantially when you complete your studies and begin your career search.

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What Indian students say about studying in the Netherlands

India is one of the top five non-EU countries that have shown a significant interest in having their students study in The Netherlands. There are currently about 800 Indian students enrolled at a Dutch institution, with studies showing that this number is on the rise.

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Study in the Netherlands for quality education

The Netherlands is in Northwestern Europe. Almost half of the country that is home to over 60 per cent of its population lies below sea level. More than 2,400 kilometers of dykes shield the country from invasion by the North Sea.

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Top 7 Reasons to Study in the Netherlands

Since I can remember, I always wanted to study abroad as I come from an international background. I was born and raised in Colombia, with a Dutch father and an American mother. I wanted to study abroad in order to complement my knowledge, expand my horizons and encounter new people and cultures.

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Dutch education more popular than ever

In the 2016-17 academic year there were more than 112,000 international students in the Netherlands. That is the highest number ever recorded, Nuffic concludes in the analysis of the latest figures on student mobility.

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DENMARK

Why you must study in Denmark

Mention study abroad destinations to any young boy or a girl today and the answers you will get are USA, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Well, undoubtedly all these countries have been an obvious choice for billions of students traditionally.

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Building your future in Denmark

It is common for students to bet on some of the Ivy League schools or top notch universities in the U.K. when contemplating a degree abroad. Language is one of the defining criterions when deciding on a course of study overseas, and students have largely shown a preference for studying in English speaking countries. Denmark has kept up with this and offers a variety of courses in English in its top universities, some of which are ranked among the top 100 in the world.

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Denmark invests the most in education

A new report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Education at a Glance 2017, looks at the state of education in the world within all 35 member countries and a number of partner countries.

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Denmark, No.1 in Best Work-Life Balance

18 of Europe’s top 100 workplaces with the most content employees are located in Denmark. Denmark is only surpassed by England and Germany, but measured per capita Denmark leads the top 100.

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ITALY

Why Study in Italy?

Besides the obvious reasons, such as delicious food, charming streets, diverse natural landscapes and history oozing from every crevasse, studying in Italy is sure to provide more than meets the eye for any study abroad student. With a varied selection of courses and disciplines, international students in Italy can take advantage of all this country has to offer, while pursuing credits in their designated field of interest.

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Looking for an Education in Italy?

Located in Mediterranean Europe, Italy is a country of great beauty and culture. Its splendor lies largely in the deeply-rooted history which has formed its traditions and way of life, from the classical music to the flavorful food; the energetic cities to the peaceful villages.

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Study in Italy: International Students’ Reviews

International students consider Italy a great country for international study experience. Almost 7,000 students worldwide shared their impressions about studying in universities in Europe, on the world’s largest database of international student experiences, STeXX.eu.

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International Student Trends: Focus on Italy

Following our recently released report on Trends in International Student Mobility, we’re taking a closer look at what the data collected reveals about prospective international students in specific countries. First up, here’s a look at what surveyed students in Italy told us about their preferences and aims when making decisions about where and what to study abroad.

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Costs of Study in Italy

Tuition Fees in Italy are generally lower than in other countries in Europe. Institutions of higher education in Italy establish their own tuition fees, but in the case of university education, there is a legal minimum cost for enrollment and a maximum cost for student contributions, which cannot exceed 20% of state funding.

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Top 5 Destinations for Indian Students Who Plan to Study Abroad

Universities worldwide have seen a constant rise in the number of Indian students enrolling for a degree away from their home country. The main reason behind their choice is the fact that the Indian job market appreciates a degree from a top international university more compared to an Indian’s Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.

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IRELAND

Study in Ireland

Ireland attracts a large number of foreign students each year due to its excellent reputation for education and welcoming culture. Ireland being part of the EU also helps to make it easily accessible for many students from inside the EU.

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Why are Indian Students’ Numbers Increasing in Ireland?

Brexit has undoubtedly been a knock-out for the UK. It has pushed Ireland forward in the European and world-wide market, being the only other English-speaking EU country. And Ireland was ready to step forward. In an article issued in The Irish Times at the end of March 2017, Carl O’Brien writes that figures show the volume of international students (and in particular of Indian students) applying to UK universities is falling, whilst it has already increased by 17% for Irish universities in 2017.

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How to Get a Student Visa for Ireland

The large investments Ireland has made in its higher education system is one of the reasons why the country has welcomed so many international students over the last years. Ireland's universities are among the world leaders in an increasing number of academic subjects.

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Top reasons to choose Ireland as a study abroad destination

In recent times, India has become one of the fastest developing nations in the world, and is considered to be one of the biggest economies globally. Its progress has trickled down to most citizens as well, with more and more people now able to afford several basic things, which until a decade ago, were considered luxury. One such aspect is education.

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NORWAY

Studying in Norway: Financial Matters and Living Costs

Norway has one of the highest standards of living in the world, which means that it is also one of the most expensive countries out there. However, when it comes to education, Norway can pride itself in high quality, with students not having to pay tuition fees at any level, especially Bachelor's.

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How to Get a Student Visa for Norway

Students from Iceland, Denmark, Sweden or Finland do not need a student visa for Norway, and do not need to register with the police. However, if you plan to study in Norway for more than six months, you must report to a tax office in Norway for an ID check and to report your move to Norway.

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International student mobility picking up in Norway while major reforms take shape

Citizens in all Nordic countries have access to free higher education by virtue of a social philosophy (and tax structure), which holds that income differentials should not affect the right to a good education. But in recent years, the region has been split on whether students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) should pay tuition fees. As of this writing, Sweden and Denmark require tuition fees from such students, while Norway, Finland, and Iceland do not.

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BELGIUM

Belgium: A Country of Permanent Immigration

Belgium is often overlooked as a country of immigration because of its size and its less known history of immigration. Yet over the last three decades Belgium has become a permanent country of settlement for many different types of migrants. Migration, asylum, and integration policies have largely been responsive in nature, reacting to circumstance, rather than pursuing a long-term vision.

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Four Top Reasons Why You Should Study in Belgium

While the Belgian government focuses much of its scholarship programming on international students from developing countries, there are a number of opportunities for international students from other regions of the world, as well.

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Belgium has third-best education system, says OECD

Education in Belgium ranks third-best among the 35 OECD countries, well above the EU and world averages, with the highest level of pre-school participation, good teachers and a broad and flexible higher education system. The ranking is based on a report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

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FINLAND

Finland: project to attract 100,000 int’l students

A new project out of Finland has set an ambitious target of attracting 100,000 international students to study at Finnish universities – more than triple the current number – in an attempt to boost the country’s international profile.

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Tuition fees and cuts hit internationalisation of HE

Finland is facing a sharp drop in applications by non-European Union and European Economic Area, or non-EU/EEA, students and an outflow of scientists, according to media reports. The introduction of tuition fees for international students and cuts in university funding are being blamed.

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Ten Reasons to Study in Finland

Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

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LATVIA

Evgeni Govor, Baltic Council for International Education, Latvia

The demand for English language I would say today, it is stable. Maybe over the last two years there was a little decrease in the demand for adult language courses. As for the junior market and young adults, it is increasing year on year. This year our company has an increase of about 80%, and for the next year we see the forecast increasing again.

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Latvia Employment Rate

Employment Rate in Latvia increased to 63.60 percent in the third quarter of 2017 from 62.60 percent in the second quarter of 2017. Employment Rate in Latvia averaged 57.50 percent from 2002 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 63.60 percent in the third quarter of 2017 and a record low of 50.80 percent in the first quarter of 2010.

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How about Latvia?

Study in Europe at an Indian cost is the buzz word. With fees ranging between Rs. 1 lakh to Rs 1.5 lakh and upwards, higher studies in Latvia is among the most cost effective in Europe.

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