On your radar: South East Asia

Discover the motivations and preferences of over 5,400 South East Asian students looking to study abroad.

We’ve drawn on granular insights from the QS International Student Survey 2023 – the largest of its kind – to help you sharpen your student recruitment strategy.

This report features responses from prospective students in countries including Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, and Indonesia.

Download our latest report ‘On your radar: South East Asia’ to stay one step ahead in the areas that matter most to your future students.

In this report, you’ll find insights and actionable recommendations on what students in the region say about:

• Funding and affordability
• Employability and career aspirations
• Environmental sustainability
• Preferred communications and channels
• Perceptions of studying abroad

Complete the form below and we’ll email the report direct to your inbox.

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