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51 Per Cent Indian UK Graduates Say They Earn Above Average Salaries: Survey

This data was released in the Indian Graduate Outcomes 2019 study, conducted by UUKi. Close to 1,000 Indian students of a total of 16,000 students from different nationalities who had completed their studies between January 2011 and July 2016 were surveyed.

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University Of Essex Announces Scholarship Worth £4000 For Indian Students

The scholarship will be offered to all eligible Indian students for undergraduate programs commencing 2019

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Reading For Long Creates Imaginative Worlds In Creative Writing

Writing on a regular basis, keeping notes and willingness to listen can bring out a flair for creative writing: Jon Cook, Prof. of Literature

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Australia Is Betting High On Engineers

Indian students visit Australia, and Macquarie in particular for postgraduate programs; master level coursework in engineering and computing

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Indians Dominate International Students Group In London

Indian students form the dominant group of international students in London. In 2016-17, there were 4,545 Indian students in London, accounting for 26 percent of all Indian students in the UK

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Indians Formed Largest Group To Work In US Under Training Program

Indian graduates made up for the largest share of around 4, 41, 300 students authorised to work under the Optional Training program (OTP) for the 12-year period

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Indian Students Form The Second Largest Pool In US After China

India is the second leading country for students coming to the US, with 1, 86, 267 students in 2016-2017 comprising 17.3 percent of the total international students in the US

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Bill Seeking H-1B Limits Exemption For Foreigners With US PhD

A bill has been re-introduced in the House of Representatives that seeks exemption for foreign- born persons with an American Ph.D. in science, technology, engineering or mathematics from the limits on the number of employment-based green cards and H-1B visas awarded annually

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