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With the COVID-19 vaccine being tested across various places in the UK, the government has come up with a happy promise for its international students.
With the pandemic disrupting the education system in various countries, international students were most affected by the ban on travel.
With COVID - 19 forcing countries to close borders for international students earlier this year, Australia has managed to welcome its first international student to the country after nearly 9 months.
With the economy dipping down due to COVID-19 this year, the Australian government has been really keen on getting international students back to their country to begin their international education.
The University of Plymouth, England has introduced new scholarships for students to encourage them in pursuing business-related programs.
The Canadian government on October 20, 2020, declared that certain designated learning institutions will reopen to international students.
The New Zealand government on Tuesday announced that it will allow a limited number of international students into the country this November 2020.
With the world preferring everything virtual considering the current global scenario, the AECC Global has launched its much-awaited Global Education Fair virtually this year.
On 2nd October, Friday Canada’s Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Marco Mendicino announced that the country would re-open its borders to international students starting this 20th October 2020.
The UK government was delighted to inform an early opening of the new immigration route for its international students.
THE and AECC GLOBAL announce partnership to help international students looking to study in Australia, Malaysia and Singapore
Times Higher Education (THE), the trusted global data partner for higher education, and AECC Global, a leading provider of independent student counseling services and university application support, are delighted to announce a partnership supporting students who intend to study in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, and Singapore.
The Canadian government has introduced some new temporary policy changes that are largely beneficial to international students willing to study in Canada.
The Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne has introduced three new beneficial scholarships for international students
With the UK proposing to start classes on campus by introducing a blended form of learning which is inclusive of both online and face to face learning earlier this week, a recent survey has suggested that most universities prefer online courses to that of the other.
The Business Schools Association of Canada (BSCA) has recently introduced its online portal to help international and domestic students to access information about studying in the country.
The COVID - 19 may have pushed the plans of young international students a little behind, but it has not stopped them from dreaming about studying abroad.
The Canadian Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino introduced some important visa approval plans for international students earlier last week.
While studying on campus still appears to be a far fetched dream for many international students, “The University of Nottingham” in the UK has paved the way for the first set of international students to resume their study at the University.
With all the esteemed Universities coming up with new scholarships to help international students, The Australian National University has stepped up with some beneficial financial aids too.