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64 defunct colleges and institutes in Australia

The website of the High Commission of Australia in India – www.hcindia-au.org has listed the following colleges that have closed down. Please visit the page on Guidelines for Studying in Australia. We quote: As a result, over 64 colleges and vocational institutions closed down during 2009-2010 affecting over 7000 Indian students, most of them in the States of Victoria and ...

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Beware of sub-standard and fraudulent foreign Universities.

An important article for international students, written by Ryan D’souza an international student in Australia. JAM has been bringing you useful articles and information that students from India can use while choosing education abroad. Here is Ryan’s story; When I received my student visa for Australia on Christmas Eve in 2009, I was so delighted about going overseas that not ...

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London Calling? Indians forced to give £ 3000 bond to get a Visa!

  The British Government has imposed an additional cash bond deposit of 3000 pounds for a visa. Visitors from some African and Asian nations, including India will have to pay £3,000 to enter Britain. This has caused a lot of anger and frustration among the affected students. This piece comes to you from a student at a top “global university” ...

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Admissions open for Maastricht University

For February and September 2012 intake Maastricht University, The Netherlands invites applications for its February and September 2012 intakes for all Bachelors and Masters Courses. It’s one of the universities in Europe that has topped 109 in the QS university world ranking and also stands 25th in the best universities for its MBA degree. In a telephonic conversation with Bert ...

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Goooooo Canada!!

One of the best places to live. Many Indian students have thought of going abroad for their post graduate education. Those who seriously consider it as an option, do so to have brighter career prospects and attain global exposure. Earlier, UK, US and Australia were considered to be the hottest destinations by Indian students. With a recession world wide, no ...

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