International Impetus

As the landscape of international education changes, field professionals struggle to keep up. A new report by the British Council has found that “students head to Britain for quality, to the United States for career improvement and to Germany for low tuition, according to a new study,” reports Inside Higher Ed. The study also notes that “when asked to identify three factors that most influenced their initial decision to study abroad – before choice of destination – higher quality is cited by 54.2 percent, followed by career improvement (53.8 percent) and the chance to live overseas (51.5 per cent).” For a more detailed analysis of the report, follow this link.

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