The UK’s Office for National Statistics has announced plans to overhaul the way it counts international students. The current measure, the International Passenger Survey, has been criticised as unreliable.
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.
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.
In the first move to clarify the government's position on leaving the EU, UK Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed today that the UK will “control immigration" from EU countries and will leave the single market.
The new Australian High Commissioner was saying, when I met her recently, I want to thank you Britain for your immigration policies because you are sending students to us when they would go to you before.