Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.
You bet, Frost had no idea about Covid but then we all have our fears and courage to win over it. 2020 has been tough for all of us and 2021 is no different but at least we learnt one thing in 2021 that 'We must move on'.
International Higher education was no different, while in 2020 the applications dropped, borders closed, flights halted, 2021 has seen the sharpest rise in terms of applications by international students.
Yeah, you read that right, there has been an increase of whopping 61% in number of applications to study abroad, reported Pie news. With the invention of Covid vaccine and strong curbs by Western countries, the situation has improved drastically in several countries. UK has opened pubs, France has its cafes, US has removed the masks and Swedes are shopping like before.
So we thought it would be better to make a comprehensive list of safest stufy abroad destinations in 2021 for Indian students (Ofcourse with proper vaccination, expect a week of quarantine too but no one, literally no one can afford missing Indian students, after all Indian students contribute around USD 18 billion to the international economy.
Alright, here we go!
You would be thinking, that's almost all the top destinations, right? Well, that's why we have mentioned them in the order of being the safest from top to bottom. This list also means the countries with easiest norms and no changes in visa, stay back policies for Indian students.
Hope you enjoyed the read.
Feel free to let us know what you think, should you plan to study abroad, connect with us.
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We strongly recommend to get vaccinated as countries may not accept candidates w/o proper vaccination.
In India, we recommend getting Covishield (WHO Approved)