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  • 21 SEP 2020

    OECD highlights effect of Covid-19 on students

    The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has noted that Covid-19 will adversely affect the mobility of international students and that institutions will have to develop new strategies and plans to cater for this new reality.

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  • 19 SEP 2020

    UK commits to support English language training 

    The UK government has signalled that they are committed to supporting the English language training sector in the country which remains important in assisting international students to prepare for university studies and meet degree entry requirements.

     

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  • 18 SEP 2020

    UK adjusts student visa application route

    The UK government has announced that international students will be able to apply for student visas based on the new points based immigration system from October 5th 2020, as opposed to the original timeline of January 2021.

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  • 17 SEP 2020

    Proposal for international students to study offshore in New Zealand

    An independent organisation,Quality Tertiary Institutions, representing private institutions in New Zealand has proposed that the New Zealand government should permit international students to study online and still qualify for post-study work rights.

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  • 16 SEP 2020

    US News & World Report Rankings revealed 

    The U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings for institutions in the United States have been released for 2021. Princeton University topped the charts, with Harvard University coming second and Columbia University in third.

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  • 12 SEP 2020

    Chevening Scholarships now open 

    The UK Government’s Chevening Scholarship program is now open for applications from international students looking to study in the UK. Over 700 scholarships are made available each year for postgraduate students.

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