International students are switching destinations in their search for in-person learning; Canada is the first choice

A new study tracking international students’ attitudes and behaviors through the pandemic finds that students are increasingly willing to begin studies online if they can eventually switch to face-to-face learning.

Demand for in-person learning is high, and more than half of international students said they would consider switching destinations for the chance to begin face-to-face learning as soon as possible. READ MORE

What do recent graduates earn in Germany?

With lectures at universities and colleges restarting in Germany this autumn, new students may be asking themselves what they want to gain from their education. A springboard into academic research? Or perhaps a means to enter a certain profession? On the other hand, some students simply go through education simply for the promise of greater financial gain. Luckily for these individuals, Salary.de have analyzed salary data from 43.782 jobs by subject, industry, region and company size to determine where you are most likely to start earning the big bucks. READ MORE

Germany bans entry for non-EU students who are taking only online courses

Non-EU students whose programs have moved online due to the pandemic will not be permitted to enter Germany this year. Those enrolled in programs delivered according to a hybrid model, a mix of both in-person and online, will not be affected by the government’s decision. READ MORE