The Week in 100 Words: Discussion held on the impact of Brexit and the number of Chinese students wishing to study in the UK is believed to be lower than expected

  • October 30, 2017

Bringing you the weeks’ International Education news affecting Study Abroad and Education Agencies around the world in around one hundred words

23rd – 29th October 2017 ***For the full story and source, please click on the link headlines***

Discussion on the impact of Brexit held at UK higher education event

A special conference took place last week, hosted by Cambridge Assessment English in London. Several Brexit related topics were discussed, such as the decline in applications from across the EU and students recent attitudes on international education.

Recruitment of international Chinese students in the UK lower than expected

A study by the British Council has determined that Chinese students tend to view UK culture as favourable. However, the amount of Chinese students wishing to study in the UK is “substantially lower” than expected.  

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