Tertiary education brings in quite a lot of money for Indian universities. About 16,000 Africans are studying there - a big chunk of them in New Delhi. The students hope to pass on their know-how to their respective home countries.
EU applications for British universities have slumped 7 percent following the country's decision to leave the EU, breaking 10 years of growth. They are expected to be down 57 percent in the aftermath of Brexit.
Facts on brain drain are either hard to find or old. But one thing remains clear: those who can travel will do so to expand their professional horizons. The question is whether they return and share their experiences.
The European Court of Justice has granted Germany the right to refuse a visa to an Iranian national on the grounds of security concerns. Sahar Fahimian had applied to pursue her doctorate in IT security in Darmstadt.
UNICEF's youngest Goodwill Ambassador Muzoon Almellehan is making a renewed appeal to global leaders to put education on the top of their agenda. She tells DW millions of children in crisis need everyone's support.
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