India seizes opportunity in surging study abroad market as global education industry flourish
Over the years, more and more students from India have opted to study abroad in foreign universities and colleges seeking international educational experiences.
Over the years, more and more students from India have opted to study abroad in foreign universities and colleges seeking international educational experiences to broaden their perspectives, enhance their skills, and build connections in a globalized world.
This is helping them embrace study programs in renowned institutions globally as they are gaining exposure to diverse cultures, knowledge systems, and innovative learning methodologies.
In spirit of the times, an overseas education consultant GoStudy recently announced it expansion plans in Mangalore, Mysore, Vizag, Jaipur, Lucknow, Guntur, Kozhikode, Kolhapur among other Tier 2 cities to cater to more students seeking to study abroad.
The firm already has a strong presence in key metro cities including offices in Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Cochin, Trivandrum and Coimbatore.The consultant also launched their new operational headquarter in Chennai to help students realise their overseas education dream.
Despite the challenging market situation in the Edtech sector, GoStudy aims to hire about 250 professionals and freshers seeking promising opportunities. It was also named as a ‘Great Place to Work’-certified organisation recently. Lakshmi Prabha, Managing Director, GoStudy said, “We firmly believe that adding proactive talent will further propel our company's growth." We are looking forward to this great leap as we are sure of what we are doing with a young, dynamic team of consultants, ready to assist students and to make a mark in the industry."
Its strategies revolve around offering personalised attention, engaging SOP and LORs, a streamlined application process, assistance with education loans and accommodation, and comprehensive knowledge of study destinations, universities, and sector scopes.
After Covid, more and more students are planning to study abroad. Recent trends show steady growth in Indian students' applications to study abroad.
According to the Ministry of external affairs, as of 2022, 13 lakh Indian students are studying abroad, and India will eventually take over the number of International Students from China.
While engineering remains a popular course, there is a rising trend towards specialised courses in niche study areas.
As the global education industry witnesses a remarkable rise, India stands at the forefront, empowering its students to become global citizens and shaping a brighter future for generations to come.