US consular officers who approve study visas are no longer required to ask for ties of property, employment, and continuity of life

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The US Department of State has adjusted its guidance for consular officers who approve study visas for prospective international students. The recent update should help prevent student visa denials based on speculative determinations by consular officers. READ MORE

Canada’s new immigration system priorities outlined in the mandate letter

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Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has signaled reducing visa processing times and expanding immigration pathways for international students as priorities for the new Immigration Minister to work on. Canada has also confirmed further extensions for online study and postgraduate work eligibility. READ MORE

Increased growth of English-taught programs outside the Big Four English-speaking destinations

British Council and Studyportals just released a report showcasing the global growth of English-taught programs. Almost one in five English-taught programs are now offered outside the UK, United States, Australia, and Canada, the Big Four English-speaking destinations. READ MORE