The COVID Aftermath: Should Students Defer Study Abroad Plans?

As the world moves through the second phase of the pandemic, there is clarity that the situation is here to stay, for at least a foreseeable future. For students with study abroad dreams, this is the period of retrospection. The question that looms large is whether they should take their plans ahead or consider deferring them for now. There is no right answer because no one knows how the situation is going to pan out, and decisions are boiling down to individual guesswork.

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Studying Abroad: Is This The Right Time?

After the initial shock of the pandemic outbreak, things are gradually coming to pace as the world learns to live in the new normal. But some questions are still looming large, and one of these is whether this is the right time to send your child to study abroad. A year ago, it could have been a dream, but the situation is entirely different today as studying abroad in-person does not seem like an immediate possibility.

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UK Universities All Set To Reopen With COVID Guidelines In Place

As the world still waits for a coronavirus vaccine, businesses are gradually getting back to their feet. Even if they are doing this at a snail’s pace, the good thing is that hope and resilience are still alive and kicking. The education sector, too, is all set to make a comeback, though it was never out of operation completely, with online learning continuing through the global lockdowns.

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NEW EDUCATION POLICY FOR NEW INDIA (HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS)

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved a new education policy to meet the needs and goals of 21st century education and skills development.
This announcement marks an important milestone in the Indian history of education reforms as it replaces the 34-year-old National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986. It has brought in the much-needed education reforms both in the higher education and schools’ education sector.

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