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20th Dec 2023

Most-read and must reads for 2023

As we draw to the end of another fast-paced and dynamic year in international education, we find ourselves looking back over the events and stories that have shaped our sector in 2023.

The following ten articles, all published on ICEF Monitor during the year, are some of our most-read items from the past 12 months. They also reflect many of the key themes and issues that we expect will continue to loom large for international educators in the year ahead.

With all that in mind, we are especially pleased to recommend them for your reading list, and we hope they will inspire your thinking and planning for 2024.

1 | "Australia: New Migration Strategy ushers in tougher requirements for international students"

2 | "Notable government policy shifts affecting international students going into 2024"

3 | "Five student research insights to keep in mind going into 2024"

4 | "Are geopolitical shifts contributing to a more diverse foreign enrolment?"

5 | "Sustainability factors in the study abroad research for nearly half of prospective students"

6 | "Germany announces new labour force integration initiatives for foreign students and graduates"

7 | "US: New survey shows international student recruitment shifting to India in 2023"

8 | "Special report: Chinese students are turning to Asian destinations in greater numbers"

9 | "Canada: Immigration ministry tightens student visa rules and raises minimum funds requirements"

10 | "A big picture view of student mobility through 2050"

Most Recent

  • South Korea on track to attract thousands more international students within the decade Read More
  • International enrolment declines pressuring UK universities this year, with one in three facing significant financial challenges Read More
  • New Zealand expands work rights for accompanying dependants of foreign students Read More

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  • Comparing student visa proof of funds requirements across 20 study destinations Read More
  • Canada: More provincial cap numbers announced; IRCC moves up end date for post-graduate work for partnership programmes Read More
  • Lessons from Denmark: The downside of limiting international student flows Read More

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