UK Higher Education During COVID-19: How International Students are Weathering the Crisis

Wondering how international students studying at UK universities and those prospective international students interested in studying in the UK are responding to the coronavirus crisis?

This latest QS white paper explores our ongoing coronavirus survey findings with a particular focus on the UK market, including:

  • What does the educational experience look like for international students currently studying at a UK university?
  • For prospective international students interested in the UK as a study destination, where are they on their application journey?
  • How do they perceive UK universities and their approach during the coronavirus crisis?

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

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