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Students of Asia ranked highest on global educational assessment

Students of Asia ranked highest on global educational assessment

Latest PISA results show that the Shanghai students topped the rankings among all the areas of 74 countries that participated in 2012 PISA test. More than half a million students,…

BBC investigates Indian agency’s fraud in student visa process

BBC investigates Indian agency’s fraud in student visa process

BBC reveals the investigation proceeds carried out through Panorama for over a year now that some of the agencies like Studentway are deeply involved in student visa fraud every year…

British schools to entice Indian students with GBP 700,000 (Rs.7 crore) worth Scholarships

British schools to entice Indian students with GBP 700,000 (Rs.7 crore) worth Scholarships

Rife with reports about the decline in the number of students from India to UK Universities for higher education, the UK schools have now come forward to volunteer scholarships to…

Britain launches 370 scholarships exclusively for Indians in UK

Britain launches 370 scholarships exclusively for Indians in UK

About 370 scholarships worth Rs.10 crore for Indian students have been launched by the United Kingdom on Friday, making it the largest ever amount allocated, especially for India. This was…

Tories plan for 9am to 6pm school for children everyday!

Tories plan for 9am to 6pm school for children everyday!

A proposal was made by Paul Kirby to consider plans to extend the school day from 9 am to 6 pm for upto 45 weeks a year,allowing the parents to…

William Prince slammed for receiving ‘cut-price deal’ on uni fee

William Prince slammed for receiving ‘cut-price deal’ on uni fee

Prince William has come under fire for getting a discount on his supposedly custom made course. The prince had started a 10 week course in agricultural management at the Cambridge…

Avanti House School, the only state-funded Hindu School in UK set to expand

Avanti House School, the only state-funded Hindu School in UK set to expand

Avanti House School, Britain’s only state-funded Hindu School, located in Harrow, Middlesex announced on Monday, 20th January, that they have planned to expand its operations in an area where Hindus…

Cumbria University to accept tuition fee in Bitcoin

Cumbria University to accept tuition fee in Bitcoin

Cumbria University becomes UK’s first public varsity in the world by accepting digital currency Bitcoin as a method of paying tuition fees. Cumbria is thought to be the first public…

England’s top universities will not expand any more for the fear of damaging their status

England’s top universities will not expand any more for the fear of damaging their status

The chairman of the Russell Group, David Eastwood, has said that most of the England’s top universities are at full capacity and will not damage their status by the admission…

Cambridge pupils show indignation over Prince William’s entry

Cambridge pupils show indignation over Prince William’s entry

Cambridge students have rounded on Prince William for getting a ‘free pass’ place at Cambridge University, while falling short of their usual exacting standards. University newspaper The Tab noted in…