Post Farmington University scandal, here’s what Indian students need to do before studying in the US- The New Indian Express

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Express News Service In recent years, Indian students have found an easy way of staying back in the US. “The Farmington University case is not the first such incident. We had the California-based Tri-Valley University case in 2011, too,” said Jayaram Komati, Special Representative for North America for the Government […]

Post Farmington Uni scandal, here’s why Indian students need to do before studying in the US- Edexlive

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 AP’s Representative in North America, Jayaram Komati (Pic: Express- Jwahar P) In recent years, Indian students have found an easy way of staying back in the US. “The Farmington University case is not the first such incident. We had the California-based Tri-Valley University case in 2011, too,” said […]

Students give two thumbs up to no more B.C. student loan interest – Barriere Star Journal

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Post-secondary students and grads owing thousands of dollars in student loans now have a bit of reprieve, with the B.C. government eliminating interest charges, effective immediately. Finance Minister Carole James announced $318 million during the latest budget this week, saying the province anticipates students relying on loans will save a […]

Students give two thumbs up to no more B.C. student loan interest – North Delta Reporter

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Post-secondary students and grads owing thousands of dollars in student loans now have a bit of reprieve, with the B.C. government eliminating interest charges, effective immediately. Finance Minister Carole James announced $318 million during the latest budget this week, saying the province anticipates students relying on loans will save a […]

Students give two thumbs up to no more B.C. student loan interest – Coast Mountain News

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Post-secondary students and grads owing thousands of dollars in student loans now have a bit of reprieve, with the B.C. government eliminating interest charges, effective immediately. Finance Minister Carole James announced $318 million during the latest budget this week, saying the province anticipates students relying on loans will save a […]