13 Feb 2018
For students studying abroad, the university is the point from where learning, career, and friendships take root. While learning happens organically within campus, during the years of study, career requires more effort from the student and a conducive climate outside the campus — job availability, recruitment rates, political policies, immigration regulations, and much more.
In this context, Professor Tim Blackman, Vice-Chancellor, Middlesex University, speaks to The Hindu and gives us an understanding of what the options are for an international student, especially in the U.K., where Brexit, among other things, may leave a student wondering about the future course of action.
The full article is available here.