South Africa and Nigeria finish the pack. This is the SSR Medical College remains the preferred institution Indians. This institution for the period of 2012, with 77 entries . The second most popular Mauritian university with the Indians is the Oceania International Business School who admitted 59 of these students in 2012.
The second nation who marked his presence in Mauritian universities South Africa . 117 students from the RSA (Republic of South Africa) were enrolled in institutions of higher education . Again , the SSR Medical College who was able to attract 78 entries in 2012. The Anna Medical College and Research Centre is the second most popular destination for South African institution. They are 17 to be registered .
The University of Mauritius ( UoM ) has, for its part, reported that three South African registrations in 2012. The third country to have shown interest in the Mauritian universities Nigeria with 113 students. It is within the Middlesex University found that the greatest number of Nigerians or 102 . The remaining 11 have them admitted to the JR School, and Anna Medical College and Research Centre among others.
The two countries whose nationals are the most present in the Mauritian universities Madagascar , with 95 students , and Malawi , with 55 students. The majority of the foreign student population which stood at 924 in 2012 enrolled in the Degree Programs . They are 543 students in total , while 235 students were enrolled in Postgraduate Courses including Masters Level Programs . They eventually have 109 students enrolled in Diploma Level programs .
It is also worth noting that it is the most popular course with these foreign students , we find that medicine is the most popular with 25.2% of students incrits . In second place is the Administration / Management. 14.6% of the foreign student population studying Information Technology (IT ), while 10.1% are studying Travel and Tourism. They are Indians and South Africans studying medicine while Nigerians have a penchant for IT .
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