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It's bumpy ride ahead for Indian students

It is like waiting for a hurricane that has trained its eye on you. There is an eerie calm around, but you can feel the fear welling inside. You know your best efforts to stay safe will amount to nothing if the storm is in the mood. Yet, somewhere ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago

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Times of India, 7 months ago

Due north: Indian students rethink US study plans

There's a sense of the brakes having been applied when it comes to Indian students applying to study in the US — a country that has traditionally been one of the most popular study-abroad destinations for desis. After the surprise win by Donald ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Are International Students in Trump's Crosshairs?

(Image: iStock.com/franckreporter) Throughout his campaign, Donald J. Trump spoke disparagingly of immigrants. His calls to ban Muslims and for extreme vetting on visa applications have cast a pall of concern over some leaders in higher ...
 Black Enterprise1 week ago Loss of International Students?  Inside Higher Ed3 weeks ago The politics of the UK and the US will not be welcomed by international students  Times Higher Education Supplement3 weeks ago Reseach by Journal Focuses on Campus Readiness for International Student Success  Fat Pitch Financials3 weeks ago
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Trump Factor Steers Foreign Students Away from U.S. Colleges, Putting at Risk Schools Annual $32 Billion in Foreign Revenue

By Nida Najar and Stephanie Saul, New York Times NEW DELHI — At a college fair Wednesday at the Le Méridien hotel here, 20 U.S. universities made their pitches to aspiring students, many of whom had long hoped to study in the United States.
 AllGov2 weeks ago Studying in Trump's US worries foreign students  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

International educators build bridges, not walls

Hillary Clinton urged the United States to vote for a leader who guides the country to "build bridges, not walls". With a jarring jolt, we learned that Donald Trump's message to build a wall gained much more resonance. Many international educators ...
 University World News2 weeks ago
Firstpost.com

Donald Trump victory spooks Indian students as election backlash rocks US campuses

New York: American college campuses from Boston to Los Angeles have struggled to come to terms with Donald Trump's victory. For the most part, the campuses have been rocked by anti-Trump protests, but there are growing episodes of barefaced ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Trump's victory may deter international students coming to US: Experts  Indian Express2 weeks ago International educators react to shock Trump victory  PIE News3 weeks ago
Slate Magazine

What Will Happen to International Students Under President Trump?

Hillary Clinton supporters embrace as Clinton speaks during a press conference Wednesday in New York City. Matt McClain/ The Washington Post via On election night a correspondent from the Wall Street Journal shared on Twitter an image of a ...
 Slate Magazine3 weeks ago

Online technology will open up global engagement in HE

Online learning as a phenomenon must evolve into an accepted form, entrenched as a culture rather than a separate entity within institutions, as there is little point in denying the increasingly significant role it will play in delivering higher ...
 University World News1 month ago
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