Survey shows study abroad decision process is changing and UK home secretary calls for post-study work restrictions to be lifted
Bringing you the weeks’ International Education news affecting Study Abroad and Education Agencies around the world in around one hundred words
5th – 11th June 2019
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A new study shows the changing priorities of prospective students looking to study abroad, with teaching quality, cost of living and the ease of obtaining a work visa after figuring highly in the decision making process. The study also lists the top 10 study abroad destinations.
Meanwhile, Sajid Javid, the UK’s home secretary, has called for a lifting of the restrictions imposed on students when they complete a course of study. Boris Johnson has tabled an amendment to increase the amount of time a student can remain in the UK from six months to two years in an effort to retain talent.