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 UK: Stakeholders push for policies to encourage EU student and group travel

UK: Stakeholders push for policies to encourage EU student and group travel

A recent analysis from the UK’s Tourism Alliance – an industry advocacy group that counts English UK among its members – points out the massive impact that Brexit...

 Finland makes it easier for international students to work and stay

Finland makes it easier for international students to work and stay

Finland has expanded work opportunities for international students and made it easier for graduates to stay in the country to pursue careers and immigrate. The government’s new reforms,...

 ICEF Podcast: Is studying in English the only viable option?

ICEF Podcast: Is studying in English the only viable option?

In this episode of our continuing podcast series, ICEF’s Craig Riggs (editor of ICEF Monitor) and Martijn van de Veen (vice-president of business development) discuss the latest developments...

 France updates travel guidance for incoming students

France updates travel guidance for incoming students

Over February and March, the French government has updated its travel guidance for foreign students entering the country to begin or resume studies. Campus France has prepared a...

 Turkish demand for study abroad remains strong despite economic crisis

Turkish demand for study abroad remains strong despite economic crisis

The Turkish economy was struggling to fight off a recession even before the pandemic began, with the country weighed down by high debt levels, a weakened currency, and...

UK ELT stats reveal pandemic’s impact

The latest full-year data release from English UK provides a high-level picture of how sharply the sector has been affected over the last two years by the COVID-19...

Improving language supports could increase stay rate of international students in Germany

A 2021 Expatrio/DEGIS survey of nearly 2,000 international students who chose to study in Germany during the pandemic found that (1) most were drawn by the country’s no-tuition-fees...

International education’s continuing response to the war in Ukraine

“Currently, the cities that you probably visited during education fairs are being destroyed. People, who you visited during your business trips live in the bomb shelters,” says a...

Ukraine crisis: The struggle to evacuate international students

The war in Ukraine is intensifying, and tens of thousands of international students stranded in the country are, like native Ukrainians, in great danger as a result of...

A special statement about the war in Ukraine

At ICEF Monitor, we – along with our readers around the world – have been watching in horror as Russian President Putin moved from months-long threats of a...

UK: Latest UCAS release shows continued growth from non-EU markets

The latest UK data indicates that the broad patterns for British undergraduate admissions are holding steady into 2022. A 17 February data release from UCAS reports on the...

UK further eases requirements for fully vaccinated travellers

UK educators are welcoming the news that COVID-related travel restrictions will be greatly reduced beginning 11 February 2022, opening the door for international students to come more easily...

Foreign enrolment in UK higher ed surpasses 600,000-student target

The UK released a new international education strategy in March 2019. The strategy set out some concrete targets for growth through 2030, including a goal to reach a...

Germany: International enrolments for winter 2022 “much better than expected”

German higher education institutions (HEIs) are reporting both a rise in total international student numbers and an increase in new international enrolments for the winter semester of 2021/22....

Estonia continues to build its foreign enrolment

The EU calls Estonia “Europe’s start-up hot spot and one of the safest countries in the world,” two reasons that Estonia’s popularity is increasing among international students. From...