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Why Rupee Fall isn't as Bad as You Think for Study Abroad!

Why Rupee Fall isn't as Bad as You Think for Study Abroad!

Posted by to Study Abroad Videos | September 03rd 2013

The rupee almost touched 69 to a dollar and has impacted students going abroad on a large scale. We caught up with leading study abroad counselors, Biruda Virkud (iGrad Global), Gigeo Sakkaryas (IMTP, Chennai) and Richard Lasrado (My Education Abroad) to discuss the situation and how students can overcome this rather sticky situation. In this video experts evaluate the current situation and offer advice as to how to manage the financial crunch.

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