A report has lambasted the UK current approach to learning foreign languages, revealing that just 32% of 16-to-30-year olds in the UK feel confident reading and writing in another language, compared to the rest of the EU’s 89% average.
There are reasons to believe the introduction of higher fees post-Brexit may not necessarily mean an automatic drop in EU student numbers, a HEPI policy paper claimed, although fees are just one element in the mix.
A new report has revealed that the UK's limitations on post-study work cost the treasury £150 million each year in foregone receipts, amounting to just over £1 billion since the restrictions were introduced in 2012.
Voices across the sector have reacted as the UK government unveiled details of its new international education strategy. Increasing international numbers to 600,000 by 2030 is part of the strategy, critics of which say does not go far enough in terms of measures to achieve outlined growth.