An alternative provider in the UK has lost its licence to recruit international students after an investigation has been launched by BIS and QAA. The news follows concerns raised over access to student loan funding at APs.
As of April 6, Trinity College London and IELTS will be the only two approved providers of Secure English Language Testing used to support UK visa applications, as part of a raft of changes to visa laws due to be laid before parliament on 26 February.
UK universities paid out an average of £1,767 per international student to education agents and overall spending on non-EU recruitment is increasingly sharply, an investigation by Times Higher Education has revealed.
A new online search platform for agents and parents looking for independent British boarding or day schools, Which British School (WBS), is building up momentum in a lucrative marketplace for international bookings.