The Fall 2023–2024 issue of Times Study Abroad is available; see the information here.

The numbers of Indian students enrolling in international universities appear to be significantly rising, according to the current mobility trends. According to Ministry of External Affairs data, 13,00,000 Indian students pursued studies in 79 different countries in 2022. 2023 will probably see an increase in the number due to more accessible options for student financing and university outreach initiatives. Students’ willingness to explore the unusual locations is not surprising. Furthermore, it’s turning out that the extra benefits include generous scholarships, reasonable tuition costs, state-of-the-art instruction, adaptable immigration policies, twinning initiatives, and a wide range of employment options.

Even while studying abroad can be exciting, students should be aware of shifting geopolitical landscapes and carefully consider reputable colleges, pertinent curricula, and their financial needs before following their goals.

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