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Why recruit in India? Emphasis on high quality education, willingness to spend on tuition and lack of adequate higher educational infrastructure are just a few of the many reasons Indian students study abroad. In fact, Indians spend $7 billion annually to study abroad. According to UNESCO, more than 332,000 Indian students choose to study abroad, a number which is rising every year. Overall, the total number of Indian students overseas increased from 66,713 in 2000 to 332,033 in 2017—a robust average annual growth rate of 23% over a span of 17 years.

Upcoming WebiFair® Events

India WebiFair

Date

Saturday,
10 September 2022

Time

8:00am – 10:00am
EDT (UTC -4)

Focus
  Countries

India

Focus
  Cities

Ahmedabad/Vadodara, Delhi, Dehradun, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune/Lonavala, Trivandrum

Event
  Focus

Undergraduate student
recruitment

South Asia WebiFair

Date

Saturday,
05 November 2022

Time

8:00am – 10:00am
EST (UTC -4)

Focus
  Countries

Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka

Focus
Cities

Bengaluru, Coimbatore/Ooty/Kodaikanal, Colombo, Dhaka, Islamabad, Kathmandu, Mumbai, Nagpur

Event
  Focus

Undergraduate student
recruitment

Worldwide WebiFair

Date

Saturday,
03 December 2022

Time

6:30am – 8:30am
EST (UTC -5)

Focus
  Countries

Worldwide

Focus
  Cities

Worldwide

Event
  Focus

Undergraduate student
recruitment

Upcoming Recruitment Tours

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COVID-19 Update: We continue to closely monitor and evaluate the global situation. Our priority is the health and safety of our university partners, staff and contacts worldwide.

Metro India Tour

About

4 cities, 11 days

Dates

29 January – 08 February 2023

Events in
  Cities*

Bengaluru, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Mumbai

Included
  Events

Event
  Focus

Undergraduate student
recruitment

Engage India Tour

About

5 cities, 11 days

Dates

16-26 April 2023

Events in
  Cities*

Ahmedabad, Chennai, Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Kolkata

Included
  Events

Event
  Focus

Undergraduate student
recruitment

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