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Chinese students are less likely to be attracted by visa processing changes than they are by investment in higher education driving our unis up the rankings. from

What attracts Chinese students to Aussie universities?

While recently implemented streamlined visa processes and post-study work visa policies may help attract Chinese students, they actually care more about university rankings and country safety.
International education is our third-biggest export. But can our universities cope with the demand? AAP/Julian Smith

International student report emphasises their value, but not the means

The new draft international education strategy acknowledges the riches international students bring to Australia, yet fails to canvass how our universities can give them the experiences they deserve.
Why is the UK so attractive to Chinese students? Asian students via Vitchanan Photography/Shutterstock

Hard Evidence: is immigration policy discouraging foreign students?

As debates continue over the number of foreign students in the UK, there have been accusations from business leaders that the government’s policy of including students in the net migration target has been…
International students are more likely to be satisfied with their university when they make local friends. Julian Smith/AAP

Why international students need to make Aussie friends

A recent report on the satisfaction levels of international students in Australia, the United States and Britain has found that a student’s social life plays a big role in their happiness with their study…
We’re not planning to miss out. ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

UK students trailing EU peers on take up of Erasmus exchanges

The Erasmus+ programme, which aims to boost the number of students and staff studying and working abroad across the European Union, started on January 1 2014. It will provide €14bn to 33 countries over…

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