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November 11, 2019 Monday 11:59:26 AM IST

Asian campus graduates outshine foreign educated

International Edu News

The International Student Employment Outcomes and Satisfaction report found that on an average, students who had graduated from campuses in Asia earned more than their counterparts who had studied in universities across popular study destinations, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, US or Europe.

About 70% of jobs in students’ home countries are not advertised; professional and social networks are vital.Employment networks in location of employment are critical for graduate and alumni success, according to the report.

The report also found that international students in the UK are less satisfied with their international experience than in other countries of study.Graduates from Canada and Europe were the most satisfied with the return on investment, with 74% of students saying so.
Indian students are the least satisfied with the return on investment from an international education.Post-study employment, post-study earnings, immigration and their actual experience is leading to high levels of dissatisfaction.