By Natasha Chopra. Many countries across the world are investing heavily in their education sectors to attract international students, writes Natasha Chopra.
Many countries across the world are now investing heavily to attract international students. The benefits that have been garnered by the traditional education centres like US, UK, and Australia are aplenty and other countries too are looking forward to follow suit.
US, followed by UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, are still the preferred options. Other countries that are working on making themselves the next edcucation hubs are Singapore, Malaysia, and UAE.
Dubai’s knowledge village with a number of foreign universities is also attracting other International institutions. Singapore as an education destination is already well established and more universities are also likely to set up there over the coming years. Over the last 10 years, Chinese universities have achieved excellent infrastructure and rankings and are already currently attracting as many as 2,50,000 international students with the largest numbers coming from USA and Korea. However, other countries such as Hong Kong and Dubai have also entered the league to become an international hub. Read more...