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  • Gen Next helps U.S. universities develop their presence in India and provides guidance to Indian students who aspire to study in the United States.

  • A bachelor’s degree program offered by Broward College allows Indian students to study the first two years in their home country and then transfer to a U.S. university for the final two years.

  • Community colleges can support the Skill India mission and bridge the gap between industry demand and the availability of high-skill candidates in the country.

  • According to the Institute of International Education’s 2016 Open Doors Report, the United States continues to be the most preferred country for Indian students studying abroad.

  • The University of Chicago equips its students with an academic tool kit to map their way from The Core’s liberal arts and science curriculum to robust career opportunities. 

  • Use the U.S. Department of Education database to get up-to-date information on accreditation for a measure of program quality and a pathway to financial aid.

  • A look at the resources offered by EducationUSA and how educational advising has evolved in India. 

  • Manipal University in Karnataka has partnered with different U.S. institutions to provide its students opportunities to study abroad and live in a multicultural environment. 

  • Nupur Prakash says her exchange visit to the United States gave her insight into the best practices followed by U.S. institutions and helped her become a better leader.

  • The international student services at U.S. universities serve as the go-to place for all the help international students might need.

  • Portland State University President Wim Wiewel visited many Indian universities in March 2017 to explore possibilities for forging educational ties.

  • Although based in the United States, institutions like Purdue University make exciting educational inroads two continents away.

  • Hippocampus promotes reading among children across all social sections in Bengaluru and Chennai by providing them access to thousands of books and activities.

  • Project Nanhi Kali is helping girls across 10 states in India get quality education.

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