Work & Study

International students’ plans thrown into disarray as Norway brings in fees for 2023

The Norwegian parliament has voted to scrap free tuition fees for all new non-EU students commencing Autumn 2023. Under the proposal agreed to by...
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Fragility of UK’s international student market underlined by government U-turn on families

Results of a recent QS pulse survey of international students suggest that the UK could see a total decrease of 200,000 international students by...
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Education Agents under the spotlight in Canada and the US

The question of whether international education agents should be regulated in Canada is under the spotlight in consultations being undertaken by Global Affairs Canada...
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Inbound Insight: Pakistan

In this Inbound Insight series article, we look at the rising number of students from Pakistan choosing to study abroad, and explore what this cohort looks...
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Evidence of shrinking Chinese market for UK study continues to mount

The number of international students studying in the UK reached an all-time high in 2021/22, with the UK hosting a total of 679,970 international...
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Germany eyes student number growth through closer ties with India

Germany is growing in popularity as a study destination for international students, particularly those from India. The total number of international students studying in...
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Student mobility boom increasingly dependent on part-time and post-study working rights

International student numbers are set to soar due to an additional one billion post-secondary graduates worldwide up to 2050, with three out of every...
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Immigration Agent Fraud Leaves Indian Students Facing Deportation

Up to 700 Indian students face deportation from Canada after authorities discovered that the documentation used by the students to obtain study visas for...
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Students branded ‘national security risk’ scrap plans to study in Australia

Hundreds of PhD students from countries including Iran, China and Pakistan are turning to alternative study-abroad destinations after lengthy delays have seen some students...
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France set to benefit from boom in Sub-Saharan student mobility

A recent study released by Campus France predicts that the number of outbound Sub-Saharan African students could double to more than 850,000 by 2050. The number of outbound students from Sub-Saharan Africa increased by 21% between 2016 and 2021 and France currently plays host to the greatest number with 92,000 students.
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