Study Abroad News Wrap (April 17-21, 2023)

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News wrap

Hello readers, we welcome you to our weekly news recap 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.

Study Abroad News Wrap: Study in the UK

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.

Study Abroad in UK: The University of Birmingham Continues Scholarships for Students

The University of Birmingham is offering 5 sanctuary scholarships to students for undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Additionally, this year’s scheme provides a full-time tuition fee waiver, Euro 5,000 per year of study to help fully fund a place in University accommodation and living costs. You can know more about these scholarships by reading the article. Click Here

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Study in UK: Indians make up the Largest Student Population in England and Wales

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has conducted a 2021 census statistics analysis conducted for England and Wales. The analysis has revealed that Indians make up 11.6% of the non-UK-born student population. You can read the article here.

Study Abroad in UK: University of East Anglia Announced New Scholarships for International Students

The University of East Anglia (UEA) has announced multiple scholarships for international students. The scholarship is available for students interested in pursuing postgraduate taught courses for the year 2023-2024. Moreover, the scholarships are available across various departments at the university. To read the full article, click here.

Study Abroad News Wrap: New Opportunities

Study in Korea: Korean Universities Aim to Top up 2,00,000 Overseas Students

South Korea is expanding overseas student enrollment from 85,000 to 2,00,000 at present by 2023. This target also aims to reverse a trend of declining foreign enrollment from a record-high of 89,537 students in 2011 to 84,891 last year. To read the full article click here.

Study Abroad: More International Students Choosing Australia as Their Study Abroad Destination. Know More

The UNESCO Mobility data (2021) shows that the USA, Canada, Australia, and the UK are the top 4 destinations for Indian students. Furthermore, Indian students make up the second-largest cohort, behind Chinese students, in all destinations except Canada. You can read the full news article here.

Study in Canada: Ontario Expanding Number of Medical School Placements

As a part of the 2022 Ontario Budget, the Government is investing $100.8 million. The Ontario Government has an Increasing number of seats for medical students whether they study at home or abroad. To learn more click here.

Study in Finland: University of Helsinki has admitted more than 1,300 new applicants for Masters Programs

International students from more than 148 countries have applied for admission. 60% of these students have come from non-EU and non-EEA countries. 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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