EU Universities Edition: International Student Survey 2020

EU Universities International Student Survey 2020

This report is specifically for EU universities recruiting international students.

This eighth iteration of the International Student Survey received over 78,000 responses, including 29,500 international students looking to study at a university in the European Union. The report examines the following topics:

  • The coronavirus and its effects on international higher education
  • Student decision making and the opportunities presented by Brexit
  • Teaching quality and the importance of technology
  • Best practices for communicating with international students
  • External influences
  • The importance of graduate outcomes in student decision making

To learn more about this research and the insights it reveals, fill out the short form and download a free copy of the report today.  

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