A study conducted by study abroad platform in India Leverage Education found that 94% of Indian students are more eager to study abroad this year than in the last year. Check out the other findings here.
A study conducted by a major study abroad platform in India, Leverage Edu found that 94% of Indian students are more eager to study abroad this year than in the last year. The survey was conducted amongst users that registered on the platform in the last five months.
Highlights from the study showing 94% Indian students want to study abroad now:1. 75% students chose the UK as their preferred study destination. Canada and US were chosen by 13% and 9% students respectively.
2. 71% students chose better healthcare infrastructure as one of their key reasons to study and look at opportunities abroad.
3. 60% students were looking to fund their studies through an Education Loan.
4. 58% students said they had made their plans within the last 3 months, while 36% said they had plans for much longer and are now continuing them.
5. 59% students chose not to change their study destination this year while 28% students changed their destination choice from another country to the UK (this is largely because of their pace of vaccination, the NHS’s policies which are in the favour of the global student, and the constant communication that Universities in the UK have maintained).