Best countries for Indian students to study abroad after the pandemic

The pandemic has brought everything to a halt. Students who were planning to study abroad must be wondering what is

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It is highly unlikely for young students to get the classroom experience anytime soon. But this should not shatter your dreams of studying abroad. International universities are still interested in attracting students from abroad. They will soon start with the admission procedure. In the meanwhile, you can utilise this time in doing some research on countries, the universities and the programmes they offer. Here are a few countries that are best for Indian students to study abroad after the pandemic.(Unsplash)

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Poland: This country is least affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Though not many students aspire to study in Poland, it is slowly gaining the limelight in terms of education.(Unsplash)

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United Arab Emirates (UAE): The programmes offered by universities in the UAE are globally accepted. Indian's will not find it hard to adjust to the UAE due to cultural similarity and a huge population of Indian ex-pats in the emirates.(Unsplash)

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New Zealand: Indians love this place for its peace and serenity and of course the scenic beauty. Students from all over the world throng for admissions in the to-ranked universities.(Unsplash)

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Denmark: This is one of the top countries in the Happiness Index. Their education system is known to be one of the most modern and includes all contemporary requirements.(Unsplash)

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Canada: Canada has always been one of the ideal destinations for higher education among study abroad aspirants. The country has many internationally acclaimed universities which offer top-ranked programmes.(Unsplash)

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