Indian students recommended WHO-approved jabs but vaccines not mandatory

Students have been advised by study abroad advisors to opt for the WHO-recognised Oxford-AstraZeneca Covishield as it is recognised in study destinations. In some cases, fully vaccinated students are exempt from mandatory hotel quarantine, as is the case in Ireland. Most recently, Canada has suggested that from July essential travellers fully vaccinated with Astra Zeneca, Johnson and Johnson, Pfizer, and […]

Amerigo Education partners with University Track Preparation

As part of the deal, Amerigo – which provides international students at “premier” North American high schools with a “holistic and supportive approach that emphasises excellent academic outcomes” – will increase its programming to 13 school partnerships across the...

NSW submits plan to federal gov’t in Australia

Authorities in the country’s most-populous state say the initiative will support local economic recovery and benefit tens of thousands of NSW residents who rely on the international education sector – worth $14.6 billion in 2019 – for work. The program will see...

Northwood University to open centre in UAE

The Northwood University International Program Center -Ras Al Khaimah will offer bachelors of business administration programs in four majors: Finance; Management; Marketing; and Hospitality, and students will complete a minor in Business Analytics. Western...