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  • 22 JAN 2022

    Rent may increase in Australia as international students return

    As international students return to Australia, it's expected that rent may rise in certain areas of the country. Many universities have stated that they will support students who might be struggling with this.
    STUDY IN AUSTRALIA
  • 21 JAN 2022

    UK government discourages universities continuing certain degrees

    Universities in the UK have been told by the government that they may not receive further funding for certain degrees. The courses in question are those considered "low quality". This term has been used to refer to degrees that may have limited employability and not enough content to fill 3 years of study.
    STUDY ABROAD INFO STUDY IN UK
  • 19 JAN 2022

    Japanese government will allow international students to return in phases

    International students were initially not allowed back in the country for an extended period of time due to COVID-19. Following the success of the vaccine and cases in the country dropping, Japan has announced that they will open their borders to international students again in phases.
    COVID-19 STUDY ABROAD INFO
  • 17 JAN 2022

    Several countries popular with international students have their application deadlines this week

    The UK, US, Canada and Australia all have application deadlines coming up this week. Students, including international students, will have their last chance to apply to these countries for this academic year.
    STUDY ABROAD INFO
  • 15 JAN 2022

    Limit on number of hours international students can work in Australia lifted

    There will no longer be the 40 hour per fortnight cap on international students working during their studies in Australia. This has come after many business in the country raise concerns over staff shortages caused by COVID-19.
    COVID-19 AUSTRALIA STUDYINAUS
  • 12 JAN 2022

    Many UK universities will continue to offer online learning

    UK universities are continuing to offer students a mix of face-to-face and online learning to help combat COVID-19. Students can still attend their lectures online in a number of universities despite government restrictions lifting.

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