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29th Mar 2023

ICEF Podcast: How student accommodation crises are affecting international education

In this episode, ICEF’s Craig Riggs and Martijn van de Veen discuss the latest developments in our sector, including a newly announced Canadian extension of expiring post-study work permits and Japan's plans to rebuild its foreign enrolment after COVID.

The episode features a special panel discussion on the global student housing crunch with Kelly-Ann Watson, managing director of The Class Foundation; Adam Lee, CEO of StudentRoomStay; and Rhys Dumbleton, business development director for Savills.

We conclude with a closer look at one of the biggest sending markets in the world: India.

You can listen right now in the player below, and we encourage you to subscribe via your favourite podcast app in order to receive future episodes automatically.

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