Policy calls also for increased public investment in science and research and for an immigration system that encourges “bona fide students” to come to the UK with the most talented to stay.
UK fee increases are tempting more students into studying at US universities
Visa abuse threatens acceptance of international students to colleges and universities
Why are so few international students studying humanities subjects? Daniel Zuidijk investigates.
For three days now, I have been sitting at my desk attempting to find a way to write about this subject without either sounding racist or as if I am plagiarising an equal opportunities leaflet. As a small disclaimer, I’d just like to say now that I am neither racist nor a hand-wringing pseudo-racist (you know, those ones that are so anxious about being perceived as prejudiced that they’re generally the most offensive of the lot).
With increasing fees and a struggling British economy, is it time for UK students to fly the coop?
“There shouldn’t be any cap on recruiting international students,” says Education VP at London Met