Internationalization of Higher Education in India
At Visa House, we are focused on client satisfaction philosophy. We have recently witnessed that India, being a developing country has set a new aim of swelling its gross enrolment ratio (GER) by 30% in higher education by the end of 2020. The age group between 18-23 is majorly targeted in the GER. Overseas Education is one of an important feature of this aspect. Indian students going abroad not only add to the GER but also contribute to the Gross Domestic Earning(GDE). It is important to note that students going abroad increase the intellectual level as well as the majority of the students are opting to settle in these countries and are doing fairly well as compared to their counterparts.
In the opine of the Vice Chancellor of an Australian University, in order to achieve this target, India should either allow the foreign universities to operate in India or collaborate with the universities, aiding them in opening their campuses in India. But the question is what will be the purpose of collaboration: employability, innovation or research. Though we at Visa House officially represent many universities overseas, for instance, the University of Wollongong (Australia) and many more. In any case, we are already serving our country in mushrooming our youth with good quality of higher education overseas.
Visahouse has almost 15 years of experience in assisting students to get admissions in the university or the country they sought for. We at Visa house reviews on day to day basis performance of these universities vis a vis success rate of visa as well as placements of students in the overseas markets and thus assisting students in realizing their goal of quality education with good earnings as well. It is really difficult to find such consulting companies who give complete assistance under one roof like overseas admissions, visa, financial assistance, IELTS preparation, Career counseling and post landing services etc