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Most Awaited Study in Europe Day is almost here!
Yes, your wait is over and you can attend Study in Europe Day in Punjab (Patiala, Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, and Chandigarh) & New Delhi from 18th January to 1st February. This event is specially organized to provide the best career advice to students who are aspiring to study abroad. Students with different study backgrounds and profiles can come and meet European Education Expert ‘Deepinder Bawa’ and University representatives personally to get the right study option.
List of top countries offering scholarships to pursue Higher Education
The students, who aspire to study abroad not only get high quality education but also become independent and adaptable to new experiences, challenges and culture. There are still many talented students who find it difficult to manage the high cost of living and tuition fees abroad. Scholarships, in this scenario, turn out to be a boon for them thereby reducing their financial burden to a great extent. Countries like the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Australia are some of the promising study abroad destinations that are providing exceptional scholarships to international students. So, students should definitely consider these study abroad destinations for scholarships.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Want to study abroad? British Council offering £3,000 scholarship
“The British Council, co-owner of IELTS, the global English Language proficiency test are offering 10 students up to £3,000 toward their study in Autumn/Winter 2020 and early 2021,” The aim of the campaign is to give any student who wishes to take an IELTS test and study abroad up to £3,000 toward their study fees. The last date to submit applications is February 29, 2020. The award is for students living in Colombia, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, United Arab Emirates or Uzbekistan. In just 500 words, hopefuls will need to complete an online form explaining why they deserve the money and where they plan to study. Visit their official website to apply.
Courtesy: Financial Express
Finland to grant work visas within two weeks from next year
Finland is planning to reduce the time taken to grant work visas from approximately 52 days to under 15 days by next year. In an interview to PTI, Finnish employment minister Timo Harakka said that his government plans to reduce the time taken to grant work visas to just one to two weeks by next year. The move is aimed primarily at attracting more software professionals from countries like India. Finland is a small country and is not always on the top of mind of Indian students and talent; we want to promote the idea that Finland is an English-speaking country. All of us speak fluently in English.
Courtesy: The Economics Times