The Impact of the Coronavirus on Prospective International Students


An ongoing QS survey of prospective international students is revealing new insights into how this group is responding to the coronavirus crisis.  

As a follow up to our large report, The Impact of the Coronavirus on Global Higher Education, which was published in early April, this latest report will reveal new findings on 

  • How prospective international students are responding to the crisis as of mid-May 
  • Their attitudes towards online learning and tuition fees 
  • How they want universities to communicate with them 
  • And what they expect of universities moving forward 

Please fill out the short form to download a free copy of the report today.  

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