The very limited studies have been conducted on the decision making process of the students which suggest that student’s decision is based on the combination of push and pull factors. Push factors defines the economic or political factors and play key role in choice of country. Pull factors such as institutional reputation, international recognition of qualification, teaching quality and location factors have a much greater influence on particular institutional choice. Overseas students from China and India differ with Erasmus students in their motivations for studying abroad (Davey, 2005). These motivations have important implications for strategic international student recruitment, marketing, and retention. There are very little literature written about decision making of Indian students studying overseas, yet the number of Indian students in UK HE continues to rise annually.
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