Foreign students make a beeline for Indian jobs

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With the job scenario being dull in Europe and the U.S., many foreign students are heading to work or intern in India, reports Economic Times. Sunghoon Kim, an MBA student from Rotman School of Management, Canada, is interning at Infosys, as part of the instep programme. "The job market in Canada is not good. I think I will go to Korea or India, which are emerging fast and have better opportunities," says Sunghoon.

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is offering internships to foreign graduates for a 12 month period. "Over 50 students from overseas universities underwent internship at TCS in FY09, up from 20 in FY08," said Ajoy Mukherjee, Vice President and Head, Global HR, TCS. Over 11,000 professionals of foreign origin from 67 nationalities work in TCS.

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