• Brexit could lead to struggle in recruiting international students…

    703 324 Jack Wynn

    If the UK does decide to leave the EU after a vote is cast in the EU referendum on June 23, a report from the international student recruitment company, Hobsons, has declared that UK universities could find it difficult to attract international students.

    Almost half (47 per cent) of the 1,763 students who expressed their opinions in the International Student Survey 2016 and applied to university claimed that the UK would become a less attractive place to study should Brexit occur; although 35 per cent suggested that the UK leaving the EU would not make a difference to education; and 17 per cent claimed that the UK would become a more appealing place to study a degree.

    Read the full report here


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