Beyond the top tier countries that dominate headlines and enrolment figures, many others are developing infrastructure and reputation for servicing international students whose budget or visa issuance officer can’t accommodate a “heritage” destination. Chris Parr assesses some of the emerging study hotspots.
UNICAF, an online platform that aims to increase access for African professionals to international standard higher education in sub-Saharan Africa, has received $12m in funding from a consortium of investors.
The route from Africa to France funnels in more than 40% of the international students at French education providers. It has served as a lifeline for France in 2016 as concerns around security have impacted mobility from other student source countries.