The Covid-19 pandemic did affect the entire world, but it made international education more accessible to many on the flipside. In the last year, institutions worldwide have adapted to blended education that offers the benefits of both online and on-campus learning. Many students aspire to pursue international education for the simple reason, that it opens doors to global opportunities and a successful career.
ET’s 29th issue “Rising Trends of Students Moving Abroad” focuses on the relevance of discussing the reasons behind the choice of students who prioritizes foreign countries rather than home countries.
Check out the features “How to Study Abroad from India with Scholarship” by Swetha Sukumar, “Academic freedom at risk” by Megha Elza John and “Studying Abroad Abroad amidst pandemic” by Sapna Raj. In our cover story Megha Elza John writes about “The Great Indian “Brain Drain”. Also, watch the exclusive interview of actor Vijaya Krishnan & actress Maala Parvathy on our YouTube channel Playlist, “Celebrity Talks”.