At the 35th annual Association of International Education Administrators conference in Washington DC this week, concerns were high as stakeholders reevaluated student mobility and international partnerships.
A survey of 36 Australian universities found the number of students who had taken part in an overseas study experience increased 19.5% in 2015. The proportion of undergraduates finishing their degree with an international experience is now just under 20%.
UK ELT providers have reported a huge increase in enquiries and summer bookings for the year, due to the post-EU referendum currency flop and improved economies in source countries that will likely make 2017 more profitable than most anticipated.
Education institutions have rushed to reassure international students and faculty after the president signed an executive order banning entry of all refugees and citizens from seven mostly Muslim countries.
Historically attracting the majority of mobile students coming out of francophone African countries, France's affordable, English taught degrees in high-demand STEM subjects means English speaking African students are now looking to study in France too.