It can be recalled that the United Kingdom's international education landscape hit a historic high in terms of international student enrollment last year. Two years after releasing its 2019 Global Strategy, which specified a goal of 600,000 international enrollments by 2030, the UK reached its goal a decade early...
Road to recovery' would be an excellent phrase to describe the state of international education in the United States in 2023. As time passes, the global world is gradually recovering from the stagnation caused by the pandemic and rising above the disruption.
Following a stagnant year in 2020–2021, when the pandemic was at its height, the number of international students registered in France increased by 8%, reaching over 400,000 for the first time in over 15 years.
International travel may have only begun to bounce back from a fall as a result of the pandemic two years ago, but almost the entire 2022 has seen a record number of students, particularly Indian students, going abroad on study visas...
From high-quality teaching to multicultural experiences, there's no doubt that the United States of America is one of the most preferred study destinations for international students across the globe.
A surge in student arrivals in Australia compared to departures between December 2021 and March 2022 was to be anticipated given the number of students that had been prevented entry during the global health crisis, an Independent Australia report revealed. But what caused this expected surge? Let’s find out.
Global education is continuously thriving. Given the increasing number of applications and enrollments, it is appropriate to look at the subjects of study that these students are considering when pursuing international education. This will also help guide institutions on what programs international students are looking for.
Dublin, Ireland has long been considered a premier international education destination. In an August 2022 report by Preply, titled “Study Abroad Index: The Best Countries & Cities to Study Abroad,” Dublin scored 7.04 on the Happiness Scale and landed among the top five cities preferred by foreign students.
Every year, millions of students are flying abroad to broaden their academic experience. The motivations for pursuing their education overseas vary–ranging from possibilities for a high-caliber education and job to the diversity of cultures and viewpoints...