Indian students seek alternatives to post-Brexit UKThe Economic Times.
"The decline in work opportunities along with an uncertain economy and stricter immigration policies will make the UK less attractive for many Indian students," says Rahul Choudaha, co-founder of interEDGE, a US-based firm focused on student education.
While the United States, Australia and Canada continue to remain the big three destinations for Indian students, newer ones such as Germany, New Zealand, Ireland, France and even China would stand to benefit. Many of these destinations are creating policies to attract and retain Indian students.
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