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Why do students study abroad, and what drives them to choose one destination over another? Several large studies conducted over the past couple of years show that certain motivations are widely present among students the world over.
Singapore and Hong Kong head up the league table for full-online UK degree study by overseas students in 2015/16. Nigeria, Malaysia and the US follow, with growth in these countries being attributed to greater digital connectivity as well as demands for flexible learning.
Strategic issues — from the UK’s Referendum on the European Union to the US Presidential election last year — have the potential to influence where international students choose to study.
When the government decided against excluding international students from immigration targets through the Higher Education and Research Act, the higher education sector reacted with dismay.
Responses to the International Student Survey by Hobsons show 68.5% of prospective students say the EU referendum results had little impact on their interest to study in the UK.
Hobsons research reveals views of international students on Brexit, Trump, and the importance of 'welcoming' campaigns
Hobsons International Student Survey reveals welcoming atmosphere and teacher quality are most important factors in deciding where to study.
A study has found a quarter of Australian school students are not finishing Year 12, and that completion rates are much worse in remote and economically disadvantaged communities.
Many in society have personally experienced the power of technology to enrich their learning. Such things as social media, on-demand audio-video streams and an unlimited array of newspapers, magazines and special-interest communities make this the best time for accessing learning opportunities that humanity has ever known.
Two truths are clear. Technology changes rapidly and schools change very slowly.
The benefits of international study are many and varied. For countries receiving international students, there is a huge economic impact that extends far beyond student fees, benefiting industries such as travel and hospitality.