News IN INDIA 70 PERCENT OF STUDENTS PREFERRING TO STUDY IN FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES

In India 70 Percent of Students Preferring to Study in Foreign Universities

24 October, 2015

70 percent Indian Students preferring to study abroad
Around seventy percent students prefer for international qualification more than Indian degree said, Umesh L Bharte Assistant professor from university of Mumbai. And he also made comment on the recently conducted study by him.


One hundred and sixty two students from Delhi and Mumbai were interviewed this was done to know about why students prefer to migrate to foreign countries.


Study mobility preferences of Indian students conducted on students from university of Jawaharlal Nehru and Mumbai University will be published soon. There are 2 main reasons why people choose to study abroad. If the student wants to identify as a global students the candidate would prefer to go abroad. And the second reason is studentís value international degree than the one they get in India.


Apart from this due to colonial legacy and language proficiency in English and job market gives more importance to students with international degree. Students are more attractive towards international universities.


He also added, Psyche of Indian society also plays prominent role. Students after an interview and one with international degree are given preference


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