Ep 004 – Covid-19 study abroad advice

Episode 4
21m | Nov 3, 2020

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) is still with us and when recording this episode (October 2020) a vaccine looks like it is still a few months or even a year away; as a result, many countries are adopting various measures in an attempt to reduce infections. 

These include full and partial lockdowns, tier systems and other local measures. They can be very confusing, and we have all seen how they have changed quickly and frequently as we all attempt to deal with this new disease.

Despite what we think about the measures, we all need to understand and abide by them, and this is particularly important for Indian students wishing to study abroad as they are in place for everyone’s safety. Failing to follow these could also result in you being made to pay a fine or being removed from your university course or programme of study.

In this episode we outline 6 areas for you to consider that will help you plan for you studies abroad.  

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Himanshu Mittal

Education Advisor - Stride Education

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