Study Abroad

Indian students are always enterprising. With their keenness to explore new frontiers, they have embraced 'Overseas Education' strongly. Especially in the past decade, the number of Indian students going abroad to study has increased tremendously.

It will be exciting to note that India has sent the largest number of students to the USA, even during 2007-08, which makes this seventh year in a row. We have been sending the largest number of students from 2001-02 onwards. 94,563 students from India went to the USA during 2007-08.

To UK, India has sent 23,835 students in 2007-08, which is only second to China.

For Australia, 63,604 Indian students went during 2007, which again is next only to China.

In other words, India is in the top two positions in sending its students to top destinations the world over.

What do they get out of an opportunity like this? Well there are, actually, many advantages that the Indian youth perceive in a foreign school experience.

There could be hundreds of reasons why a student would want to Study Abroad and we have listed some of the most important ones here


Universities in the U.S. attract international students for many reasons. The statistics say that over 500,000 international students are pursuing their higher education degrees in the U.S.Read More +


The quality and high standards of UK education is renowned worldwide. There are two areas in particular where it stands out: the international renown of UK research and the long history of its education institutions. While the UK is home to some of the world's oldest and most established universities, and has been welcoming international students for generations, it also has some of the world's most modern facilities.Read More +


Australia, "Land of Kangaroos" has become a popular destination for international students in terms of education. Australian education experience is very different from other counties experience.Read More +


There are no study fees in Germany. German institutions of higher education welcome students from all nationalities. Students however have to arrange for living expenses on their own which can total to about DM 1300 per month.Read More +


Canadians have developed a first rate education system as they attach a great significance to learning. A significant portion of the GDP is spent on education. Canadian students are ranked amongst the best in the world on international tests of reading, mathematics, and scientific studies.Read More +