There has been a noticeable trend in India since the 2000s where an increasing number of students are choosing to pursue their higher education in international destinations, such as the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Europe. This trend is driven by a variety of factors, including the desire for global exposure, access to quality education and research facilities, and the hope of better career prospects and job opportunities. 

Many students in India perceive that international universities offer a more diverse and inclusive environment with greater academic and research resources. They believe that studying abroad provides them with a unique opportunity to develop intercultural competencies and a global perspective that would be beneficial to their future career prospects. 

Here’s a complete report on the growing economy and increasing middle-class population in India pushing more families to consider sending their children to study abroad.