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  • 26 JUN 2020

    UK government underlines commitment to international students

    In an open letter to international students the Education and Universities Ministers from the UK government have reiterated their commitment to supporting students looking to study in the country. This includes post-study work rights, visa processing, student welfare and education quality.

    COVID-19 STUDYINUK
  • 24 JUN 2020

    EU students to miss out on home status in England

    The UK government has announced that EU students and Swiss nationals will no longer be eligible for student loans and home fees status in England from the 2021 academic year. The decision was made in the light of the UK leaving the EU.

    STUDYINUK
  • 24 JUN 2020

    US universities consider dropping SAT requirement

    A significant number of universities in the U.S. are considering removing the requirement for international students to complete the SAT test in order to be accepted and enrolled. Although not policy as yet, many universities have adopted a more flexible approach to testing.

    COVID-19 STUDYINUSA
  • 24 JUN 2020

    EU advocates for return of international students

    The European Commission has proposed that certain travel restrictions be relaxed for those coming from select non-EU countries, with further exemptions being given to international students. EU member states are being encouraged to allow students to return from early July.

    COVID-19 STUDYABROAD
  • 24 JUN 2020

    UK universities aim to provide in-person teaching in 2020

    A survey conducted by Universities UK has indicated that the majority of UK universities remain committed to providing in-person teaching in 2020, with 97% stating their intention to start in the autumn. Some institutions are also offering postgraduate students the option of starting on-campus in January of 2021.

    COVID-19 STUDYINUK
  • 24 JUN 2020

    US educational association motivates for virtual visa interviews

    NAFSA: Association of International Educators, a non-profit educational association focusing on international education have lobbied the U.S. State Department to make allowances for visa application interviews to be conducted via video conference rather than in person.  

    COVID-19 STUDYINUSA
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