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The Trump administration has taken over and among its first policies has been to restrict the issuance of HI-B visas. Trump has openly declared an ​”​anti foreigners​”​ policy.

Jobs in the US particularly in the IT engineering science have been coveted by Indian professionals. In the last few years, their government has been steadily reducing the work visas ​​for Indian students​.

This is the H1​-​B Visa ​.​ Now as per the latest policy, the minimum salary required to apply for H1-B has been raised to US $ 1,30,000/-. Which means ​it is more difficult as an international student to get a work visa after graduation.​

​Is a highly inflated cost of the US degree really worth it?

That leaves us with the question;
Are there better higher education opportunities for students from India​?​ Read on…

The above​ news clipping is from the Times of India, Mumbai Feb 1, 2017​

 

10 reasons to consider Germany, Netherlands ​ ​
Germany ​and Netherlands are among largest destination for international ​​students globally.​ ​
Last year 25,000 Indian students joined German universities
Top ranked ​Private universities ​offer the best courses in English
All universities must adhere to very strict education standards.
Germany ​and Netherlands ​offer an open and nurturing environment for Indian students.
An unmatched global exposure -​​ a semester abroad​ in a partner University​ is a standard feature.
Course credits ​awarded in Europe ​are recognised all over the world. ​​
German​, Dutch​ visa and employment policy offers employment to its international students. This is unmatched by any other country including the UK and US.
Affordable cost of education
Merit scholarships, part time work​.​
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​​​Cost of Education​, Scholarships​
A Bachelors in Business Administration from a top rated University will cost you Euros 8000-10000 per annum in tuition fee. Living expenses: 650 Euros per month Total​​ ​is ​Rs 12.5 -13.5 lakh per year.
Liberal scholarships are available for merit students.​
Part time work​-​ up to 20 hours a week is allowed in Germany, ​Netherlands and other ​EU countries

World renowned 3 year bachelor degree programmes taught in English.
​​​​Business Administration, International Business,
Bachelors in Product Design, Interior Design, Communication Design,
Bachelor in Engineering(4 years),
Medicine(4 years),
Liberal Arts​ ​and​ ​Science​

Jobs​, Internships​ ​​​
​​Germany ​is​ the ​​fourth​​ ​largest economy in the world. The European Union offers​ ​it’s ​graduates the benefit of applying for jobs if they graduate from​ ​​any​ ​country​ in the EU​

Blue Card enables you to stay on and work after graduation. As an​ ​Indian​ ​student you are highly respected for your​ ​talent​,hard work and merit.
Bachelor’s ​degree programme ​in Europe.
Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic.

​​​Admission requirements​ ​

No German/Dutch language skills required for admission.
IB Diploma, A levels accepted.
CBSE, ICSE, SSC accepted by select German, Dutch Universities​, ​Czech​​ ​Republic​

​Please call us/mail for an appointment.

campusabroad@jammag.com
Call: 022-27842181/2191 (Monday-Friday)
Mobile : 0-9619719877

 

The Trump administration has taken over and among its first policies has been to restrict the issuance of HI-B visas. Trump has openly declared an ​"​anti foreigners​"​ policy. Jobs in the US particularly in the IT engineering science have been coveted by Indian professionals. In the last few years, their government has been steadily reducing the work visas ​​for Indian students​. This is the H1​-​B Visa ​.​ Now as per the latest policy, the minimum salary required to apply for H1-B has been raised to US $ 1,30,000/-. Which means ​it is more difficult as an international student to get a work visa…

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