#Studyabroad, #Abroadadmission, #CMITimes According to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), more Indian students are now going abroad to pursue higher education. In fact, spending on tuition and hostel fees by Indians studying overseas has gone up by 44 per cent from $1.9 billion in 2013-14 to $2.8 billion in 2017-18. While the US, Canada, and the UK remain the key destinations for them, students are now increasingly opting for Australia and EU countries as well. In a recent statement, Rod Hilton, deputy high commissioner of Australia in India, said that his country is now accommodating 68,000 Indian students. The statistics indicate that Indians will continue to flock foreign countries for educational purposes in the next few years. And, with 2019 just around the corner, lets have a look at the trends that will shape the overseas education industry the forthcoming year.
Trends for Studying Abroad in 2019: Top Courses, Top Countries and more