Study Abroad in the UK: Number of International Students Will Hike, says David C Malloy of King’s University College
As the National Education Policy 2020 is allowing international universities to create campuses in India, it’s also a common fact that international universities will also try to capture attention of the Indian students.
While conversating with the FE Education, David C Malloy, the president of the King’s University College said that they want to increase the number of alloted international students.
He also stated that they have around 36 international students originating from India out of 800 international students
Even though many educational courses from King’s University College are available online, keep in mind that this is an offline university that believes in the effectiveness of the traditional classes.
Thanks to the qualified teachers and education culture, both domestic and international students will be able to achieve new heights.