What Can British Universities Do to Reassure International Students That They Are Still Welcome in the UK?
An uncomfortable truth we uncovered in our latest QS report, ‘Is Brexit Turning International Students Away From the UK?’, was that for some students, the events on the 27th of June 2016 and the press [...]
Students believe the British higher education system will be ‘downgraded’ following Brexit, with uneven impacts across the sector. During interviews for our Brexit report, many students expressed the view that in a post-Brexit UK, [...]
The augmented demand generation of your business school or university program is getting tougher every year, and you cannot afford to make selection errors when it comes to platforms that form a part of [...]
The QS World University Rankings® 2018 have been released, with some significant changes and developments taking place since last year’s edition. This is perhaps unsurprising given the major political changes of the last year. The [...]
Or 2%. Or 5% or whatever seems appropriate Amongst the coverage of today’s QS World University Rankings was a fascinating piece on the BBC. – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-40187452. Amongst many universities, the University of Reading have been [...]
What happens when one of the most controversial candidates in recent political history is elected to presidency in the United States of America? According to the World Wide Web, and a considerable number of [...]
In 2013, I had authored/published a paper that had tried to define a formula for user acquisition, wherein the variables considered in that equation were meant to be measurable and to provide higher education [...]