Expat Forum For People Moving Overseas And Living Abroad banner
international students
1-20 of 43 Results
  1. Canada Expat Forum for Expats Living in Canada
    Is it worth to Do Msc. in management from Ryerson University for international student?If No, What are the alternatives? How much is the acceptance rate of Ryerson University for international students?
  2. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    I am currently on a subclass 500 visa and have been studying MBA (Advanced) in Swinburne University, Melbourne. I just got done with a semester and I am looking at a course change towards Project Management. I have a course in my Uni which is a 18 month course which has 2 units that I have...
  3. Articles: Europe
    Germany is the top country in Europe for international students, scoring 80.7 out of a possible 100 in the latest rankings from a study portal providing information on English taught courses. In Second place is the UK, followed by France, the Netherlands and then Russia at number five. The rest...
  4. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    The number of people moving to New Zealand eased slightly in the 12 months to January 2018 with students from India and China down significantly. Annual net migration had reached a record high of 72,400 in July last year, but that has now slowed to 70,100, according to the official data from...
  5. Articles: Europe
    Brexit does not appear to have deterred students from European Union countries from applying for places at British universities, official figures have found. Overall the number of foreign students applying to universities in the UK has risen beyond 100,000 for the first time, a rise of almost...
  6. Articles: Asia
    Student mobility is set to slow worldwide in the next decade as they seek higher quality education and realise that going overseas will not necessarily provide that, new research suggests. According to the report from the British Council, the UK’s international organisation for cultural and...
  7. Articles: Europe
    The Mayors of key locations in the UK want international students to feel welcome amid concerns that the numbers applying to study have slowed sharply. They want the British Government to rethink its policies on international students and see them as the asset that they are, not just for...
  8. Articles: Americas
    The number of American students studying abroad has increased as has the number of international students undergoing a period of higher education in the United States, new research shows. And for the second year in a row US colleges and universities have hosted more than a million international...
  9. Articles: Americas
    The offspring of expats often end up being international students, taking advantage to study for a degree abroad but they are facing higher living costs in key cities around the world with Europe generally cheaper than the United States. Indeed, three cities in the US, Boston, New York and San...
  10. Guides
    An international education is linked with people developing 11 out of 15 critical skills needed for employment in today’s workplace, new research has found. Studying abroad for longer periods of time has a high impact on subsequent job offers and career advancement as well as the development of...
  11. Articles: Asia
    An international education is highly regarded among young people from Asia, but while their experience studying abroad is largely positive, many feel that once they return home there is a lack of support. Students from Asia tend to pay higher fees to study at universities in countries such as...
  12. Articles: Americas
    International students are increasingly regarded as an important group of young and well-educated individuals who are the kind of people likely to be granted permanent residence in Canada. The most up to date official figures show that in December 2015 there were 353,000 international students...
  13. Articles: Europe
    An intense debate about the role of foreign students in the UK has been going on for some time and what their status will be regarding visa requirements after Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa May has said that she is determined to keep students within her tens of thousands net migration target...
  14. Articles: Europe
    The British Home Secretary has ordered a detailed study on the social and economic impact of international students, which will influence policy on immigration after Brexit. Universities have reported a fall in the number of students from European Union countries applying to study in the UK and...
  15. Articles: Europe
    The Brexit settlement that the UK reaches with the European Union over the next two years should be one that continues to welcome overseas students, according to the universities sector. There is concern that the number of EU students applying to study in the UK is falling as they are concerned...
  16. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    International students who plan to study in New Zealand and stay on for a period afterwards could be affected by planned changes to the country’s visa programme, it is claimed. Under the changes visa holders earning less than $49,000 would not be allowed to stay on for more than three years and...
  17. Articles: Europe
    The majority of British people do not want fewer international students to study in the UK despite calls for an immigration crackdown as part of the process of leaving the European Union. Some 73% of the British public would like to see the same number or more international students coming to...
  18. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    Countries like Australia, the United States, Canada, France and New Zealand are set to develop more sophisticated strategies to attract international students as the sector is becoming increasingly competitive. The international student market is an expanding industry and students are becoming...
  19. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    With numbers of international students applying to study in the United States due to visa concerns, New Zealand is set to continue to encourage more young people from abroad to move to the country for higher education. New research has found that international students are contributing to New...
  20. Articles: Europe
    European students no longer see the UK as the most attractive English speaking country to study with countries like Canada and Australia moving higher up the wish list, several new pieces of research suggests. Brexit could be to blame, according to a study from UK based Red Brick Research which...
1-20 of 43 Results
Top