International student News from the USA

The latest news from the USA and tips for prospective & current international students, keeping you informed on your education journey

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  • 16 SEP 2020

    US News & World Report Rankings revealed 

    The U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings for institutions in the United States have been released for 2021. Princeton University topped the charts, with Harvard University coming second and Columbia University in third.

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  • 24 AUG 2020

    US eases travel restrictions for some students 

    Travel restrictions for international students from the Schengen area of Europe, Ireland and the UK have been relaxed slightly. Students with valid F-1 and M-1 visas are now allowed to enter the U.S.

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  • 22 AUG 2020

    US politicians advocate for international students

    A group of 75 U.S. senators and congressmen have written an open letter to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security opposing legislation that prevents international students studying full time online while in the country.

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  • 20 AUG 2020

    US to begin processing student visas in India 

    The U.S. government has announced that consulates in India will begin processing student visas from August 17th. The processing will take place at consulates in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata.

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  • 15 AUG 2020

    US Universities adopt hybrid model

    A recent survey by the Institute of International Education has revealed that a significant number of U.S. universities are adopting new methods of teaching and instruction, including 87% who favour a hybrid model, which is a mix of in-person and online learning.

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  • 08 AUG 2020

    US sees decline in student applications

    A recent survey of U.S. institutions conducted by the Institute of International Education has revealed a decline in applications to universities in the country. 18% of institutions surveyed indicated they had seen a sharp drop off in numbers.

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