A new plan for education in Denmark, which aims to boost international student numbers in the country, ignores the fact that “international students are a huge profit” for the country, stakeholders have suggested.
Approachable teachers, efficient daily life and helpful admissions teams; these are just some of things that international students studying in the happiest countries in the world say about their lives.
Universities across Europe have experienced a sudden increase in demand, but is their new-found popularity due to the "Brexit effect”? Or, with many countries already experiencing a long-term growth in student numbers, would this have happened anyway? Helen Packer finds out.