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Life for African students in India

By Christopher Dodd

Africans have a long history on the Indian subcontinent. In recent years, thousands of African students have been coming to study in Indian colleges, which have a reputation of offering quality education at an affordable cost. But lately, many prospective foreign students from Africa are questioning whether India is still a good choice. Christopher Dodd finds out more about life for African students in India.

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