India is the second most populous country in the world, the country of the famous Taj Mahal temple, of dazzling dances and epic stories passed from generation to generation.
However, India not only attracts people for a unique, unique culture, but also for a world-leading quality education.
A great place to study
According to Thomas Koshy, a 23-year-old medical, studying and research student in India is one of the best things in his life.
“India is a beautiful country and there are many opportunities for learning. School instructors always help students, even after school. They always make us feel at home”, Thomas said.
For the first two years of attending the Medical Program at Kasturba College of Medicine in Manopal, Karnataka, Thomas fell in love here.
He is currently studying Clinical Sciences at Melaka Manipal Medical College in Malacca, where he will continue until graduation in September 2008.
“Life in India is very simple. I lived in an inn outside my dorm. I made many new friends because it was so easy to talk to the locals who taught me a lot about their country’s culture.
Good quality education, conditions and a unique, rich culture – that is why young people from all over the world still turn to India as a benchmark of development and submission. degree of education.
There was a time – back to the 1960s – when it came to Indian education, people remembered the image of doctors and medical students.
However, today’s Indian education is not synonymous with medicine.
India is now one of the leading countries in the number of students studying and studying. It attracts students from around the world who are looking for a truly quality education. With more than 310 universities and 15,500 colleges, India has a full range of programs to meet the needs of students.
In India, medicine is still the first choice. In addition, there are a number of popular and well-known industries such as dentistry, arts, commerce, economics and information technology.
Currently, students from countries to India are growing very fast such as: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Mauritius, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Thailand, Fiji, Vietnam, African countries and The largest is Malaysia students.
Students from developed countries such as the United Kingdom, France, Germany and the United States are also interested in studying programs in India. Many of the educational programs here have been recognized as being of international quality.
The majority of graduates return home to pursue their careers, but some are on the radar of employers because more than 200 of the 500 companies regularly hunt for workers from Indian schools.