http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/misc/nytlogo152x23.gifBy Joyce Lau and Calvin YangUniversities UK, an advocacy group that represents the interests of British academic institutions, has backed the education partnerships announced by Prime Minister David Cameron during a British trade mission to India last week, when representatives from both countries’ education sectors met.
“We are delighted that the prime minister articulated so clearly that there is no limit on the number of Indian students wishing to study in the U.K. and that there are work opportunities following graduation,” Joanna Newman, a Universities UK representative, wrote in an e-mail from the sidelines of the government trip to India. “It is very important to the sector to welcome international students.”
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