The pandemic caused a disturbance in the overseas education sector, but it gradually recovered in 2022 as more countries eased their international border restrictions. World-class campuses, top-notch education, scholarships, ease of communication, and more favourable policies for international students in countries like the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland, thus remaining popular study-abroad destinations.
Globalization has made it crucial for every country to offer high-quality education to stay competitive. Students are influenced by these trends when choosing their programs and destinations.
Here are some upcoming education trends in 2023.
- More students are favouring Hybrid learning over online classes and on-campus classes. With NEP (National Education Policy) promoting the internationalization of higher education, students can balance their studies in India and overseas campuses increasing the options for aspirants..
- An increase in the number of students from tier 2 and tier 3 cities planning to study abroad for higher education can be spotted. Students are pursuing their study abroad goals early on for successful careers..
- The US and Canada are taking measures to ease the delays in visa processing, and the backlog is expected to be cleared by fall 2023. Both countries’ embassies hired more officials and are eager to welcome more international students
- There has been an increase in students choosing non-conventional courses like Liberal arts, Pharmacy, Psychology, Business administration, Marketing, Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, unlike before when a large portion of students choose conventional programs like Engineering.
- With the changes in technology and how people live, there are different emerging courses like Construction Management, Economics, Human Resources, Pharmacology, Anthropology, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, and Blockchain Technology.
- As per the Ministry of External Affairs, the demand for higher education overseas has increased. This has led to an increase in private universities and colleges. Students and parents applauded for their quality education at affordable prices.