International student mobility will likely slow down by as much as 4% over the next ten years, a new British Council research paper has found,due to shrinking tertiary-aged population and local investment in higher education.
China may no longer be a land as fertile for establishing international branch campuses as it once was, but institutions can gain strong, on the ground engagement through university centres, the report argues.
The US and the UK will see their market share of globally mobile students decrease over the next decade as provision of education in traditional origin countries increases, according to a new study by the British Council.
Students from Nigeria must wait an average of 216 days for a study permit to be processed for them to study in Canada, according to statistics published by CBIE. The data shows an overall rise in study permit processing times in 2015.