Indians lead Asia in Overseas Education, study

India/Diciembre de 2017/Fuente: Business Insider

Resumen: Cada vez más padres envían a sus hijos al extranjero para obtener educación superior, con un 62 por ciento de los padres en una encuesta que dice que enviaron a sus hijos a universidades extranjeras en 2017 frente a un 47 por ciento en 2016, afirma un estudio. Los hallazgos se basan en el estudio de más de 8,000 padres en 15 países y territorios que encontraron que el 42 por ciento de los padres consideraría enviar a sus hijos a universidades en el extranjero, en comparación con el 35 por ciento en 2016. Los padres ambiciosos en Asia están impulsando la tendencia en la que India encabeza la lista con el 62% de los padres, seguido de Indonesia (61), China (59), Hong Kong (52), Malasia (51) y Singapur (47). según un informe de HSBC. «Con el aumento de la economía de la información y un mercado laboral desafiante, la educación nunca ha sido más importante de lo que es hoy. Los padres saben esto y están dispuestos a hacer todo lo posible para garantizar la educación adecuada para sus hijos», gestión del patrimonio Charlie Nunn dijo en el informe.

More and more parents are sending their children overseas for higher education with around 62 percent of the parents in a poll saying they sent their kids to foreign universities in 2017 as against 47 percent in 2016, claims a study. The findings are based on the study of over 8,000 parents across 15 countries and territories which found that 42 percent parents would consider sending their children to universities abroad, compared to 35 percent in 2016.

Ambitious parents in Asia are boosting the trend where India leads the tray with 62 percent of the parents doing so, followed by Indonesia (61), China (59), Hong Kong (52), Malaysia (51) and Singapore (47), as per an HSBC report. «With the rise of the information economy and a challenging job market, education has never been more important than it’s today. Parents know this and they are willing to go to great lengths to secure the right education for their children,» HSBC group head for wealth management Charlie Nunn said in the report.Related News | Preparing for JEE Advanced 2018? 5 study abroad options for engineering that are as good as IITs

Asian parents appear to be much more focused on the competitive advantage an overseas university can offer their child, it said. Parents see the main benefits of a university education abroad as being to help their child gain international work experience (49 percent), develop foreign language skills (49 percent) and to be exposed to new experiences, ideas and cultures (48 percent).

Overall, the US is the most considered international education destination (47 percent), ahead of Australia, Britain, Canada, Germany and France. Nearly 73 percent parents consider a foreign university education for their kids and are ready to make a significant financial contribution for the same. The overall average cost for an undergraduate and postgraduate degree abroad is around USD 1,57,782 (USD71,580 for an undergraduate and USD 86,202 for a postgraduate course), it said. Around 45 per cent of parents would go further and consider buying a property in the country where their child is studying, claim survey.

Fuente: http://www.timesnownews.com/education/article/study-abroad-india-asia-overseas-education-report-2017/144205

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