Indian educational system has been undergoing a paradigm shift in the recent past. India has the world's second largest secondary – student population of around 12 million. It is foreseen that this number will double over the next decade. Experienced with the growing demand for the higher education, India is looking towards the Private Sector and Foreign Universities to bridge the projected gap. Indian economy is transforming into an international power house requiring India to have the best possible educational opportunities for its citizens. Indian students are more interested in diplomas, undergraduate, post graduate and vocational programmes offered by Foreign Universities because of the excellent career prospects they offer. This demand is growing by the tens of thousands of students going to the foreign countries every year for their higher education and a promising career to reach their peaks.
Though the major attraction of an overseas education is from the perspective of future employment,
there are plenty of other factors that make studying abroad a rewarding and fulfilling dreams – the opportunity to
discover and experience a different culture, the chance to acquire life-skills and the sheer joy of making friends from all around the world.
An opportunity that adds another feather in their cap with International exposure and experience.
All these reasons motivate Indian students to spread their wings and seek educational opportunities abroad.