Indian Students Abroad

Indian Students Abroad

Students of Indian origin are traveling in higher numbers than ever before to pursue higher education abroad. In 2006, of the 123,000 studying outside India, 76,000 have chosen USA as a country of their choice followed by UK. Canada and Australia are also other major countries in the world and is one of the safest countries for Indian students. The US receives more Indian students than any other country in the world overtaking China in 2001.

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