International students are facing a sharp increase in rental prices in Europe

European rental pricing for international students Verbalists Language Network

The latest research has shown that international students in Europe are faced with an average annual price increase of 14.5% across all rental property types, (12% for private rooms, 16.2% for studios, and 15.2% for apartments), exceeding the pre-pandemic rental prices in Europe in all segments.

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Is education in the US worth it?

Studying in the US - is it worth it, PRODIREKT
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Is studying in the US worth it? Verbalists Education Beyond Borders Podcast

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What do students say about the value of education in the US

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Dangerous lack of student diversity for the main study abroad countries

Student diversity for the main study abroad countries, PRODIREKT Group

05-FEB-2022 | Australia’s new Strategy for international Education sets the government’s strategy for the next ten years. According to the report “The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated that dependence on a small number of markets is not sustainable.” Students from only five countries make up 72% of the international student population in Australia. This has flagged the over-concentration of source countries as a risk to the Higher Education Sector.  

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

Student Visas: the new US guidance for consular officers may help international students get visas, PRODIREKT

The new US guidance for consular officers may help international students get visas Verbalists Education Beyond Borders Podcast

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17-JAN-2022 | 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.

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

Canada’s new immigration system priorities

Canada’s Prime Minister issues new priorities for immigration system Verbalists Education Beyond Borders Podcast

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11-JAN-2022 | 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.

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