According to the Open Doors 2010 Survey published by the Institute of International Education (IIE), there has been a whopping rise of 30% in Chinese students in the United States while there has been just a 2% rise in Indians studying there. Thus, China has replaced India as the leading place of origin for international student population in the US. By far, the United States is the leading destination for study abroad students from India with nearly 105,000 Indian students enrolled in higher studies. It is followed by the UK, which hosts 36,000 Indian students; and Australia, which hosts about 21,000 Indian students.
The London School of Economics has joined hands with Tata International Social Entrepreneurship Scheme (ISES) this year to enable its students be part of the two-month distinctive corporate sustainability internship programme. The two-year old Tata ISES, which has affiliations with the University of California, Berkeley, USA, and the University of Cambridge, UK, will have 13 scholars for the summer internship this year. Out of these thirteen scholars, three are from London School of Economics, while six are from the University of Cambridge and four are from the University of California.