Amber to offer scholarships worth $15,000 for UK, US, Ireland, Canada aspirants

Global student housing marketplace Amber has launched the third iteration of the amberScholar scholarship. Students enrolling in any program in the UK, USA, Ireland, or Canada for the September intake are eligible to apply for the scholarships. Financial aid totaling $15,000 is available through the amberScholar scholarship, which is split into three categories. The first-place […]

Tetr College of Business offering scholarships worth Rs 2 crore to 15 Indian students

The Tetr College of Business’s international undergraduate program, “Bachelors in Management and Technology,” will accept 15 Indian students into its first cohort. This is possible thanks to scholarships of Rs 2 crore each. Students interested in applying should visit the official website, tetr.com. The chosen students will have the chance to study and start enterprises […]

ApplyBoard collaborates with TD Bank in Canada.

One of Canada’s biggest banks and the student recruitment portal ApplyBoard have partnered to help top source country students with their financial management. As of January 2024, TD served over 27 million clients. It will assist students traveling to Canada from countries including India, China, Pakistan, the Philippines, Morocco, Senegal, and Vietnam in meeting the […]

Korea intends to increase CSAT scores for students abroad.

International acceptance of a nationalized exam that is administered in Korea is growing, which may help the nation increase the proportion of its students who study elsewhere. The nation’s standardized exam to “evaluate academic prowess and subject-specific expertise” is called the College Scholastic Aptitude Test, but it functions differently from the SAT or A-Levels. According […]

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Post-study visa route dominated by Indians should stay, finds UK review

A review commissioned by the British government concluded in a report on Tuesday that the post-study visa route, which is dominated by Indian graduates, is expanding the country’s research landscape and helping UK universities make up for financial losses on the home front. UK Home Secretary James Cleverly had given the independent Migration Advisory Committee […]