An expert on international education explains the forces behind the drop in students from China and the jump in students from India studying in the US.
Indian students in Australia haven’t had the experience they hoped and paid for. Campuses closed, they lost work and they watched helplessly from afar as COVID-19 ravaged their home country.
A group of international students were interviewed about their experience in Australia during COVID-19. Here’s what they had to say.
In 2018, domestic numbers for undergraduate courses fell for the first time since 2013 – they will remain stagnant for some years. This and other factors put unis at face financial risk.
Australian universities need to reduce their reliance on revenue from students from countries such as China or India.
Students from the Philippines, China and India consistently achieve better results at school than their Australian-born counterparts. This is due to a number of factors, including parents’ values.
The Indian higher education system faces challenges like underfunding, lack of research work and poor curricula.
Visa regulations are making the UK a less attractive option for Indian students.
Academically advanced students from countries such as India are spending much more time studying STEM subjects. Should US kids work harder to compete?