According to a study report, 62 percent of trainees from the State liked studying abroad out of a sample size of 30,000
Hyderabad: The variety of trainees from Telangana preparing their college in foreign universities continues to skyrocket even throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. According to a study report, 62 percent of trainees from the State liked studying abroad out of a sample size of 30,000
The study carried out by Yocket, a Mumbai- based platform for research study abroad, discovered that numerous trainees who wished to study abroad in 2020 however might not go due to take a trip limitations and monetary instability have actually delayed their prepare for 2021.
Around 8,000 trainees from the State went to study abroad in 2019, followed by a boost of 17 percent in 2020 and 62 percent in 2021 compared to 2019, according to the study.
Further, it specified that the United States, the UK and Canada were the most popular locations, with over 90 percent of trainees going to these 3 nations. Australia and European nations like Germany, the Netherlands and Ireland were popular amongst the rest.
ComputerScience is still the most popular course with about 50 percent of trainees preparing for it. Courses with a mix of management and innovation like Management Information Systems (MIS) have actually likewise been acquiring appeal in the last few years, according to the study.
Other popular courses vary from Information Technology to different engineering courses like Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, and Chemical Engineering.
“The pandemic could certainly slow down the study-abroad aspirants’ plans last year, but it is evidently not the case in 2021. We have witnessed an upward trend in the number of students willing to study abroad from different States with Telangana leading. Lots of students who had planned but were unable to travel in 2020 have deferred their plans to 2021 and 2022 intakes. We will definitely see a major increase in these intakes as things get better,” stated Tumul Buch, co-founder, Yocket.
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