James Pitman from Study Group says the new prime minister could be good news for higher education if he can encourage more international students to study here
Managing invoices for international students can become time-consuming and difficult for both parties, but with a growth in international students predicted, what can universities do to better prepare?
A generation of under-vaccinated students at a time of unprecedented international study is a recipe for the spread of serious disease. So it has proven, but what can the rest of the world learn from California’s response to a measles outbreak? Paddy Smith finds out
We speak to immigration solicitors about the Brexit impact on international students
The December edition of University Business, the review issue, is now available to view online, for free
Higher education institutions from across the UK came together at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London to discuss opportunities and challenges in the recruitment of international students at a conference organised by Cambridge Assessment English and UK NARIC.
The new partnership launches first fully online programmes
A new report challenges assumptions about Chinese students and finds they have more in common with European students than commonly assumed
VWV’s Kris Robbetts and Tom Brett Young talk Brexit, tuition fees, and how HE can continue to create the best student experience
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