Europe, after ages, has upstaged the US as the preferred campus destination for Indians. More than twice the number of desi students who applied to fly abroad for entry into colleges this year chose the UK over America. Data on the fresh visas for entry into colleges in 2016 reveals that the US issued 32,000 student visas, a little more than half the number issued by the UK (57,500). In 2016, the number of new student-entrants stood at 34,000 and 27,000 for the US and the UK, respectively. The number of people going to Australia has dropped following the recent spate of race attacks, say education consultants, explaining that a majority of these students now opt for the UK over the US. In her report, Institute of International Education director (research and evaluation) Rajika Bhandari noted: "There are indications that enrolment from Indians at US institutions for the 2016/10 academic year may see either decline at certain academic levels or, at least, slower rates of growth."
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