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The total number of Indian students going abroad to pursue their higher education has been steadily increasing over the years. The most popular study abroad destinations for Indian students are the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Europe, and Singapore.
A large number of reasons are behind this phenomenon, including job prospects, ease of admission etc. Most students who want to pursue undergraduate courses abroad are influenced by the extremely competitive and unrealistic admission criteria in Indian universities.
On the other hand, most students who want to pursue postgraduate courses abroad are influenced by their desire to live and work abroad.
According to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, a total of 7,53,000 Indian students were studying overseas in 2019. Even with the pandemic taking over, over 91% of Indian students expressed a strong interest in studying abroad as soon as they were allowed to do so.
While the uncertainty of Corona has dampened the spirits of overseas education aspirants, here are seven study abroad platforms that are still making it happen for them:
EUGateway is a study abroad consulting firm specializing in Education in European countries as well as offering language training programmes to the aspirants.
Guiding the aspirants with identifying the right course and university, the application process, the admission procedure, and guidance for visa procedure are what Eugateway.in does.
The company is an international education organization that offers student placement services across the globe.
The universities they cover are limited to Australia, the USA, the UK, New Zealand, Ireland, and Canada. IDP specializes in course advice, IELTS prep, pre-departure support, visa, accommodation, and health cover for students.

Edwise’s core activity lies in assisting students to make the right choice with regard to pursuing education in overseas educational institutions.
It provides information regarding higher education in various countries such as the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Ireland, France, Germany, Dubai, Switzerland, Malaysia, and many more.
Studyandworkaborad.in is the overseas consultants for people who want to go abroad-whether for studying, working or migrating permanently to their preferred destination.
They have foreign consultants to guide candidates at each step of their process.
Leverage Edu helps students navigate and assess their journey thus far, matches them to personalised mentors, and counsels them towards their higher education dream with an employability lens.
It has a team of 250+ driven student-first individuals and presence across 35+ locations in India and abroad.

Founded by ISB Alum Abhinav Mital and IITian Pranav Saxena, and IIM B Alum Amit Garga, it aims to solve the challenges for Indian students to study abroad amidst Corona.
With The WorldGrad, Students applying for study abroad programmes can complete their first semester or a full year online and then proceed to finish the rest of the semesters offline and at campus, saving up to 10-15 Lakhs on accommodation and other logistics expenses without compromising on personal academic support.
One of the biggest perks are the credits that students complete online, they are fully recognized by the overseas institution which provides a conditional offer guaranteeing admission.
Moreover, the staff guides students through the visa application process as well as offer English classes for those who need it.
ESS Global Private Limited provides recruitment services for students who wish to study abroad.
Incepted in 2001, the company focuses on recruiting students for studying abroad across various destinations like Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, etc. and partners with various prestigious universities and colleges in these locations.
With 12 branches, the company has issued 3450 Australian, 1150 Canada and 1200 European study Visas.
Read: 94% Indian students say they are more eager to study abroad in 2021 than in 2020: Study
Read: Class 12 board exam 2021 delay will lead to tougher competition for foreign university admissions: What students can do
Read: 5 tips for students aspiring to study abroad while waiting for CBSE Class 12 board exams
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