Study Abroad News Wrap: (April 10 – 15, 2023)

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Study Abroad News Wrap: (April 10 - 15, 2023)

Hello readers, we welcome you to our weekly study abroad news wrap series. Today we will provide a roundup of the top study-abroad news stories from around the world. Each week, we will be covering the most important developments and events related to studying Abroad. In that way, we will give you a concise overview of the week’s news.


These news recap series help you stay up-to-date on what’s happening in the world without having to scour multiple news sources. So sit back, relax and let us do the work of keeping you informed.

Visa News

Below, we have provided the weekly news cover about the significant changes in the study abroad visa category. The data enlists visa changes such as the hike in visa fees, entry permit fees and the number of visas provided for young professionals in various countries.

Study Abroad: UK Giving out 3K Visas to Indian Citizens Under Young Professionals Scheme

India and the UK launched the Young Professional Scheme (YPS) on February 28th 2023. A total of 3000 visas will be issued annually to candidates under this scheme.

You can read the full article by clicking here.

Study Abroad in the US: Hike in Visa Fee for Overseas Students

Moving abroad to the US got more expensive, and there is a hike in the visa application fees for certain non-immigrant visas by the US State Department. Due to this, the fee for a US student visa has also been increased for overseas students. Read the full story here.

Study Abroad: UAE Revised the Entry Permit Fee for a 10-year Golden Visa

UAE authorities announced the new entry permit fees for those applying for the country’s 10-year Golden Visa. The Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Port Security(ICP) has revised the cost for foreigners applying for the 10-year Golden Visa. You can read the full article by clicking here.

Scholarship/Study Abroad News

The following space enlists all the scholarship announcements related to studying abroad. Read the below-given information to know more.

Study Abroad in Georgia: 50% Scholarships Offered by Alte University to Study MBBS

Alte University is offering a 50% scholarship to study MBBS in Georgia. Additionally, Alte University is proud to partner with the best medical schools to offer this scholarship opportunity to students. Students can read the full article by clicking here.

Study Abroad in the UK: The University of Dundee provides International Students with GBP 5,000 worth of Scholarships

The University of Dundee has plans to offer international students with scholarships worth GBP 5,000 so that they can complete their study abroad education without facing any financial issues. You can read the full article here.

Study in the USA: Rise in International Student Enrolments at UW-Eau Claire 

The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire witnessed a 31.5% decrease in International enrolments during the fall semester of 2019 through the fall semester of 2021. Click on the link to read the full article.

Study in the UK: Unite Housing Sees Strong Student Demand, 90% housing sold for 2023/24

Unite Group is the UK’s leading manager, owner, and student accommodation developer. Unite noted substantial progress in booking student accommodation, with 90% of the rooms already sold. Click here to read the full article.

Study Abroad: International Student Enrollments on the Rise as Domestic Interest Wanes in Australian Universities

Australian universities are grappling with the challenge of declining domestic enrollments. The reason can be the buoyant labour market and the rising cost of living that discourages locals from enrolling. You can read the full article here.

In conclusion, this week’s news recap series highlighted some significant updates related to studying abroad. Stay tuned for more updates next week on our news recap series. To discover more news updates like this one, visit Leverage Edu.

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