Saif M. Al-Harithy is a 23-year-old Saudi who works as a manager at a Jubail real estate and construction firm. The national company has a substantial Saudi work force, mostly young graduates from Western universities. Al-Harithy is the only employee from amongst his peers who went to India to pursue higher studies. “I got my masters in business administration at a well known college in Hyderabad,” he told Arab News. Although it is not uncommon to find an older generation of Saudis who studied in India during the 1950s, 1960s
Why study in India?
You have finally decided to study in India, a good decision we might say! You are about to start your journey in one of the most culturally-rich countries in the world. Mark Twain once said. “India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great-grandmother of tradition.” And what he said turns is quite true. India is known as the communication hub and is highly popular with international students across the globe. India attracts students due
What is it that attracts so many foreign students to choose India as the most ‘favorable country’ to get higher education? “India is academically strong along with being economical which is not the case with the US and EU. In India, English is a widely spoken second language whereas for us it is a foreign language. Therefore, the teachers here have a better understanding and command over the language,” said Hussain. Hussain who hails from Sudan, feels very much at home as he pursues English at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)
There are a million appealing reasons to study in India, yet, if you ratify the same feeling that has attracted international students to the Indian subcontinent for centuries, it is purely because India is a country of developing expertise in education. Simply put, just go for it!Put even more simply, studying abroad India will change your life forever, and not in the same way studying abroad anywhere else in the world will. You will see and experience things that open your eyes to a whole new manifestation of life in our modern age while stud ...Read More
If you are seeking a world-class education without paying a hefty price tag, it's time that you consider India. It is said that by 2030, India will emerge as the youngest nations in the world. Over the last two decades, India has astonishingly transformed its higher education landscape by creating a widespread access to low-cost and high-quality university education for students of all levels. Taking this forward, we at Study in India an initiative by the Education Promotion Society for India(EPSI) in alignment with the HRD Ministry of ...Read More