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UK & US may have huge influx of Indian Students

In 2013-14, 4.3 percent of the total international students in UK were Indians, says British Council

Policy Pulse
Publish Date: Aug 11 2016 12:21PM | Updated Date: Aug 11 2016 12:21PM

UK & US may have huge influx of Indian Students
In approaching five years, Indian students going abroad to study undergraduate and post graduate courses are expected to increase by 50 percent as a result of increase in family incomes. 
 
 
The statement has come from a placement agency, Caiflo which has placed more than 90 percent of their students in top universities of US and UK.
 
 
Agency’s founder Pasari has said that Indian students show strong interests in acquiring international education and becoming top professionals.
 
 
The agency is in mid-way of A series fund raising is planning to collaborate with Delhi based educational institutions to help Indian students secure places in the US and UK universities.
 
 
Caiflo is being supported by by Koh Boon Hwee, former chairman of Singtel, DBS Bank and Singapore Airlines, as well as NRI investor Anand Govindaluri of Govin Capital.
 
 
Interestingly, according to British Council, Indian students were accounted to be 4.3 percent of the total international students in UK in the year 2013-14. In US, approximately 21 percent of Asian students were Indians in the year 2014-15.