Welcome to our study abroad news wrap series. Here we bring you the latest updates on the most significant events happening around the world related to study abroad. From breaking news to trending stories, we strive to keep you informed with concise and factual reporting on the events that matter most.
Let’s first start with what are the new developments in visa news around the world. A visa is an essential legal document you will need when visiting a foreign land. Let’s look at some visa news.
Study in USA: Immigration policy is set to change the H1B visa lottery
The H-1B registrations have set a record for multiple entries for FY 2024. As a result, the U.S. Citizenship and immigration services are likely to change the H-1B lottery process. To read the full article click here.
Study in the US: Visa Application Process Starting From May Itself
The United States will start the first batch of visa appointments in mid-may. Moreover, the country intends to hike visa interview appointments for Indian students by 30%. You can read the full news piece by clicking here.
Study in UK: 5% Increase in Stipend for the UKRI PhD Students
The UKRI (UK Research and Innovation), a funding agency investing in Science and Research has increased the minimum stipend for doctoral students. Moreover, the increase in the PhD stipend will be applicable from the 2023-2024 academic session. To Read the full news article click here.
Study in Denmark: Affordable Education; Under 15 lakh for Undergraduate Studies in Denmark
Many students today have the chance to reach their full potential by studying overseas. You shouldn’t let the expense deter you from following your ambition of studying abroad, even if the perceived high cost of international education sometimes turns away many would-be students. You can read the full article by clicking here.
Study in US: India Beats China in Sending Maximum Students in 2022
India emerged as the frontrunner when it came to international students going to the US, leaving behind China. According to the annual report by the US, India sent 64,300 students to America in 2022 while China’s number declined to 24,796. To read the full article click 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.