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Canada, US top 2 study destinations for Indians, UK displaces Australia as No. 3

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 29 November 2023
The pecking order of destinations Indians students choose to fly to has changed in the last one year. While Canada continues to be number 1, followed by the US, the UK has displaced Australia to rise to third position. The Indian Students Mobility Report 2023, which indicates entry numbers for 2022, said the UK saw the highest year-on-year growth at 49.6% followed closely by Canada at 46.8%. The US also had significant growth of 18.9%. Australia saw relatively minimal growth of 0.7%.
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