KATHMANDU, Jan 23: Canada is set to cut international student enrollment.  In 2024, Canada will cut international student enrollment by 35 percent and grant visas to only 360,000.

LONDON, May 24: The UK government on Tuesday announced a package of measures aimed at international students, including a ban on some family members, as ministers come under growing pressure to cut immigration. After a drop during the pandemic, net migration has been steadily on the rise and is reportedly expected to hit a record high this year.

KATHMANDU, Nov 23: The governments of Japan and Australia have opened their borders for international students wanting to pursue higher education, according to the Education Consultancy Association of Nepal (ECAN).

International students are returning to U.S. colleges in stronger numbers this year, but the rebound has yet to make up for last year’s historic declines as COVID-19 continues to disrupt academic exchange, according to a new survey.

KATHMANDU, July 15: The US immigration authorities have withdrawn a move to force international students to leave the country if their colleges and universities run online-only classes. The decision comes as a huge relief to thousands of international students worried about their visa status in the country.

WASHINGTON DC, July 7: International students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, under new guidelines issued Monday by federal immigration authorities.

KATHMANDU, April 9: Australian Education Minister Dan Tehan tried to assure international students in his country saying that all the international students in his country are part of the Australian community.

KATHMANDU, Nov 20: Although the number of Nepali students visiting the US has decreased marginally as compared to the previous years, the US has remained one of the most preferred destinations for further education, according to figures released by the Institute of International Education and US Department of State Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs.

Finding path to US colleges

September 29, 2018 00:05 am

It is far more difficult for international students to get financial aid and scholarships than it is for US citizens