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    Indian students no longer fascinated by the American dream?


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    Indian students are wary of going to U.S. for higher educationů the survey reveals decline in strength..may be due to changing immigration policies, lack of jobs, visa fees, etc

    Indian students no longer fascinated by the American dream?


    Indian students are no longer as enthusiastic about studying in the US as they were a few years ago. A new study, that has analysed US Department of Homeland Security Data, reveals that Indian students, enrolled in graduate level programmes in computer science and engineering, declined by 21 per cent in 2017, as compared to a year before. The absolute number decline was around 18,590 students, according to a report by National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP).


    Interestingly, at the undergraduate level, increase in the number of students in computer science and engineering was only 740.


    The overall decline in international students coming to the US is roughly four per cent, with India being a major contributor. According to the report, if the trend continues, it could have a profound negative impact on the US students and US universities, as well as American companies and even the nation's economy.

    Other countries that have seen a significant decline in the number of students going to the US are Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Japan, Turkey, Brazil and Indonesia.

    "News reports and other information about the United States limiting the ability of international students to gain employment after completing their studies could be discouraging enrollment", says the NFAP report.
    Read more at: http://www.theweek.in/news/india/201...can-dream.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by V.Balasubramani View Post
    Indian students are wary of going to U.S. for higher education… the survey reveals decline in strength..may be due to changing immigration policies, lack of jobs, visa fees, etc

    Indian students no longer fascinated by the American dream?



    Indian students are no longer as enthusiastic about studying in the US as they were a few years ago. A new study, that has analysed US Department of Homeland Security Data, reveals that Indian students, enrolled in graduate level programmes in computer science and engineering, declined by 21 per cent in 2017, as compared to a year before. The absolute number decline was around 18,590 students, according to a report by National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP).


    Interestingly, at the undergraduate level, increase in the number of students in computer science and engineering was only 740.


    The overall decline in international students coming to the US is roughly four per cent, with India being a major contributor. According to the report, if the trend continues, it could have a profound negative impact on the US students and US universities, as well as American companies and even the nation's economy.

    Other countries that have seen a significant decline in the number of students going to the US are Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Japan, Turkey, Brazil and Indonesia.

    "News reports and other information about the United States limiting the ability of international students to gain employment after completing their studies could be discouraging enrollment", says the NFAP report.
    Read more at: http://www.theweek.in/news/india/201...can-dream.html
    hi

    this is the result of BUY AMERICAN AND HIRE AMERICAN POLICY OF TRUMP...even H4 visa is going to tough hereafter....
    asato maa sadh gamayaa, tamaso maa jyotir
    gamayaa, mrityor maa amritham gamayaaa..
    om shanti, om shanti, om shanti...upanishad
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