Better employment prospects and work experience during and after their studies are the key motivations pushing prospective students to look beyond their home country borders, the latest international student survey by IDP connect has shown.
Chinese students and parents are as concerned by the safety of a study destination as they are the academic ranking of an institution for the first time, according to a new report by the Beijing Overseas Study Service Association.
The UK’s traditional advantages as a study destination are being undermined by stringent government policy, a study by Hobsons has found. The survey also found that international students are increasingly concerned with boosting their employability.
Four in five overseas students who study in Australia return home immediately after graduating, a Hobsons survey has revealed. The company has argued that the findings show international students do not pose a threat to Australians' employment opportunities.