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  • Study Abroad in Canada: What do eased norms mean for Indian students?

    Despite the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting the entire world, students still remain enthusiastic about their study abroad plans and Canada continues to be the most sought after study abroad destination. In this article, Ramananda SG, Vice President- Sales & Marketing, Pearson India has shared information about various reforms that Canada has introduced in the immigration rules like the SDS program by the IRCC to attract more international students and to ensure students don't defer their study abroad plans. Read on to know more

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  • How to prepare for English proficiency test?

    Assessments/ mock tests, sufficient practice and in-depth revision are prerequisites to ace the English proficiency test that can land you to your dream university or college in Canada. Here's where Pearson Classroom can be of great help to offer structured preparation and help students map their progress systematically, that too from the comfort of their homes!
    Read on to know what Pervin Malhotra has to say about the right preparation strategy and how Pearson Classroom aids students' study abroad journey. know more

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  • Pearson India announces a second wave of locations where people can now take PTE as Secure English Language Test for UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) purposes

     

    With government easing COVID-19 restrictions and U.K. government approving Pearson to open bookings, to support the learners Pearson announced locations in India and UK where people can take PTE as a Secure English Language Test (SELT) for UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) purposes...Read more

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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  • Pearson PTE Test Centres in Bangalore resume services for study & work abroad aspirants

    In order to support study abroad aspirants amidst the global pandemic, Pearson, the world’s learning company launched Pearson Classroom, a fully online teacher-driven student success platform for high-stakes English exams. The platform is designed to support institutes, teachers, students and administrators. It is powered by E2Language, the world’s most popular and trusted English language test preparation company... Read more

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  • Study On Adult Learning

    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course... Read more

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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  • Most Of Indian Learners Keen On Short Courses : Study

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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  • Indians Prefer Short-Term Certificate Courses: Study

    Mumbai: With technology advancement job dynamics have undergone huge changes as re-skilling has become the of essence for better career option, a study has revealed that adult learners in India have maximum interest in short-term certificate courses as compared to other countries...Read more

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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  • NEWSIndians Never Care About Price While Choosing A Course: Pearson Study

    According to a study conducted by Pearson India across six countries, it is revealed that Indians are the least price sensitive across the six countries while choosing a course...Read more

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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  • Online Learning Gaining Momentum For Better Job Prospects

    Hybrid learning has gained popularity as 62 percent of Indian adult learners like the concept of combining the convenience of passive learning online, with the quality of active learning in-person, according to a data compiled by Pearson India which has come up with a study of Adult Learners conducted across six countries...Read more

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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    Pearson India has released the findings of its first-ever Pearson Study of Adult Learners at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programmes and certificates. The survey was conducted across six countries — Australia, India, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom aged 18 – 65 years. The survey revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive while choosing a course.

    The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that 27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.

    With reference to the adoption and demand for degrees, 46 per cent of Indian learners plan to do post graduate and 39 per cent are currently pursuing BA degree courses.

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  • The Picture Perfect Language Class

    Ritu, a fifth grader, made a very interesting observation when she said: “When I see a page full of words, my head spins!” Feel like closing the book and looking out of the window!”

    I recall a time when at a workshop, I was calling out a set of instructions which the participants had to carry out.  One of the participants, a bright young Biology teacher, sat frozen. I asked, “What’s the matter?”  Quite agitated, he said,” Ma’am, I cannot understand unless I see!” I quickly wrote down the instructions and saw him smile...Read more

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