A consultant based in Nagpur, Vijay Naidu, who has worked with British universities for the past 20 years, said the rupee will not affect enrollments this year, as parents and students have already committed to universities in the United States. the United Kingdom.
Manoj Gupta, whose son joined an economics program at the University of Arkansas this summer, is also on the rise as the annual cost of education has increased by 3 lakhs in just five months.
Zaman Rana went to study forensic sciences at Angelia Ruskin University in Cambridge last year, and was hoping to buy a car. A year later, he shelved the plan and works part-time at nearby Marks & Spencer to cover his education cost, which has increased with the rupee.
He said: “My annual education cost is a little over £ 20,000, which was around Rs 19.5 lakh when I joined, since the rupee was around 85 to a pound.Today it’s more expensive for at least Rs 2.5 lakh, what has impacted my parents. ”
In the United States, students who have paid 50% of the fee have applied to universities for flexible payments, Naidu said.