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Facts & Figures
UK universities grew by 12% last year and surpassed a total enrolment of 500,000 for the first time ever. Read more
Education agents refer 75% of Australia’s international students. Read more
45% of Indonesian high school students said they could go abroad for study only if a scholarship were available. Read more
Nearly 100,000 Nigerian students were enrolled abroad in 2020. Read more
12.7% Increase in the number of German students who went abroad for language study in 2018 compared with 2017. Read more