- Oxford to take Indian School Toppers
Oxford University has decided to allow the toppers of ISC and CBSE exams to enter its undergraduate courses from 2013, a university official said.
The vice chancellor of Oxford, Professor Andrew Hamilton, on Friday expressed his happiness over the decision.
- UK visa applications to be made online
Applicants and their dependants who are applying for a UK visa will need to make their applications online from March 5. The UK Border Agency will no longer accept manually completed application forms from that date onwards.
- The 2013 U.S. News Graduate School Rankings Are Now Available
U.S. News & World Report has released its annual graduate school rankings. Best Graduate Schools 2013 provides the nation's most trusted report on institutions that award master's, doctoral and professional degrees. It is reliable, easy to use, and supplies information that grad students need to make critical decisions about their education.
- Reputation of Australian Universities on the rise
The reputation of Australia's top universities is improving, if only a little. The Times Higher Education magazine has released its reputation rankings for 2012 with four Australian universities making to the top 100.
- Now, CBSE, ISC students can apply to Oxford varsity
The University of Oxford in the UK will from next year accept applications of students graduating from Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Council for Indian School Certificate Examination schools for admission to undergraduate courses.
- New U.K. restrictions on work after study
From April, foreign students from non-European Union countries will be required to have a firm job offer of a minimum £20,000 a year from a government-approved employer if they wish to stay in Britain after completing their studies, the government announced on Tuesday, piling agony on non-EU students already groaning under a raft of new restrictions which have led to a drop in Indian student numbers.