With a visa attainment rate of 88 percent, British educational institutions continue to draw in Indian students to some of its first class universities on the planet; however the numbers of student immigrants have changed throughout the years for many reasons.
Andrew McAllister, the British Deputy High Commissioner in Hyderabad, said that Great Britain has made changes to check visa misuse and felt its returns in the high achievement rate. He said that the study has discovered that student immigrants with legitimate degrees are looked for after and obtain higher pay packages than their associates with Indian or other foreign degrees from different nations.
Mr. McAllister opined to newspapers that the following the announcements of different scholarships grants offered by UK universities worth Rs. 40 crore which includes the GREAT Scholarship program 2016 worth Rs. 15 crore. Despite the fact that he failed to remark on the expulsion of Indian students from the US, he said the visa ministry has been enhanced offering more direction and offering more visa application centres in this way checking any type of visa misuse. Mei-Kwei Barker, the Director of South India, British Council said with more than 4,90,000 foreign students from 200 nations studying in British colleges. Amid these are around 21,000 from India. She said 291 GREAT grant recompenses are accessible this year worth Rs. 15 crore for diverse branches of education options ranging from engineering, law and IT over 45 UK institutions in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England.
She added that the British Council will have Education UK Exhibition on February 9 at Vivanta by Taj, Begumpet from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Aspiring students will get a one of a kind chance to converse with the university delegates from around 30 UK institutions and get every one of their inquiries on course decisions, visas, applications and grants replied to.
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Original Source:The Hindu