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  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) now tests conducted in New Zealand

    The World’s renowned computer based test in English is opted by those who have the flair to study abroad and immigration as well. This test is adopted by universities, colleges above all administering governments also have considered this test as a preliminary gateway to stride into the country. The Pearson Test of English is a… Read More »

    Feb 28, 2017
  • Seven nations that students from India should consider for their overseas education

    In case your ambitions to immigrate to the US for overseas studies have now been altered owing to the proposed changes to the US visa regime, there are several nations that you can consider as your options for higher studies overseas. You can also be assured that you will not face any immigration ban threats… Read More »

    Feb 16, 2017
  • Dos and don’ts before applying for studying abroad

    The number of Indians wanting to study abroad is growing exponentially. It wasn’t so high before the late 80s as most Indians either went to the US or the UK to pursue higher studies and even their numbers were fewer. It is said that approximately 300,000 students leave Indian shores every year to study abroad,… Read More »

    Feb 11, 2017
  • How does a green card differ from an H1-B visa?

    The immigration ban imposed by President Donald Trump for travelers and refugees from seven Muslim-majority nations had resulted in widespread protests and a lot of confusion. Later a clarification was issued by the White House that the travelers who possessed green cards will not be affected. But the travelers who possessed the H1-B visa had… Read More »

    Feb 10, 2017
  • Proficiency in local language more important than birthplace to decide nationality

    A new survey has found that Australians, besides Americans, Canadians, Japanese and many Europeans, are of the view that local language proficiency is more important than place of birth to define people’s nationality. Pew Research Center’s study found that more countries believe that national identity has more do with knowledge of local language than anything else. Named… Read More »

    Feb 3, 2017
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