The US Department of Homeland Security has issued a new final rule on the H-1B work visa that will replace the current lottery system with a salary-based approach, a move that some international education industry stakeholders said would impact on international students, while a Presidential proclamation has extended the suspension of H-1B and J-1 work visas. READ MORE
Harvard, MIT, and Yale give up to full scholarships for international students and this year students can apply without SAT or ACT.
Harvard, MIT, Yale, Princeton, and Amherst are what in the USA is called “need-blind.” Need-blind admission means that the college will not take your student’s financial status into consideration while deciding on admission. If the student is admitted but the parents’ income is low, the need-blind school is obligated to give enough money so the student can attend the college. READ MORE
The UK government announced a change to the quarantine rules. From 15th December, people arriving in England will be able to cut down the current 14-day quarantine period if they pay for a Covid test after five days. READ MORE