Greg Clark, Minister for Universities, Science and Cities has launched a new UK-wide campaign to support 25,000 UK students to go to India over the next five years, similar to the Generation UK – China initiative.
The campaign, ‘Generation UK-India’, aims to create a new generation of more globally, culturally and business aware young people, and will be managed by the British Council.
Underlining the UK Government and universities’ ongoing commitment to promoting international opportunities to students across the UK, Generation UK-India will provide opportunities for UK students to either work as teaching assistants in Indian schools, gain work experience at top Indian companies, or go on specially organised cultural immersion courses.
Applications for UK students will open in January 2015 for placements starting from July 2015.
Students can register their interest and get more information by clicking here.