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Denmark looks to attract top talent, boost industry

The Danish government is planning to increase funding for non-EU students as well as streamline visa regulations and extend post-study work permission. Working closely with the private sector, the government has released its action plan to attract and retain talented international students.

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UK: outbound study interest on the rise

Over a third of UK tertiary-aged students are considering studying overseas, up 17% from last year, according to a recent British Council survey of more than 2,500 students. The most popular overseas study destination by a large margin is the USA, followed by Australia, France and Germany.

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USA: FBI issues study abroad warning

The FBI has issued a warning to US students studying abroad of the dangers of being targeted by foreign intelligence recruiters. On the agency’s website it has posted a 30-minute video featuring a real-life story as well as tips on what students can do to protect themselves abroad.

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Visa issuance suspended at four colleges in Ireland

The issuing of visas and residence permissions to international students seeking to enrol at four English language colleges in Ireland has been suspended, following an undercover investigation by The Sunday Times that resulted in claims that some schools are willing to alter official records, allowing students to flout visa regulations.

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