Indian students abroad
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Students of Indian origin are traveling in higher numbers than ever before to pursue higher education abroad. In 2006, of the 123,000 studying outside India, 76,500 have chosen USA as a country of their choice followed by UK. Canada and UK are also other major countries in the world and is one of the safest countries for Indian students. The US receives more Indian students than any other country in the world overtaking China in 2001.
Students from India in the United States of America
Students from India in the United Kingdom
The number of Indian Students studying in the UK has nearly doubled between 1999 and 2009. In 2009, 19,205 Indian students were studying at UK institutions. As of May 2010, half of all Indian Students studying in the UK were studying at the Postgraduate level.
Students from India in Australia
Australia is back as the second favourite choice for Indian students after a downturn for several years after 2009 when a number of racial attacks led to a drop. In 2015 Australia crossed its previous peak for international students in 2009.
Students from India in Germany
As of 2014-15, there are approximately 11000 Indian students studying in Germany which comprises 4.9% among all International students in Germany. The number is rising continuously. German universities have started offering several masters program in English thus attracting a large chunk of Indian students.
Other Major Destinations
Nearly 85% of internationally mobile Indian students head for five countries: the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, but China and Germany are both emerging destinations for Indian students heading abroad, though the numbers heading for Germany are still relatively small.
Many Indians have chosen to study in Denmark and Norway. These Scandinavian countries offer many professional courses. There are about 100 Indian students in Poland studying many subjects such as economics and medicine.
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- South Indians prefer technology based courses
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