How COVID-19 is Impacting Prospective International Students Across Subject Areas


Struggling to boost your international student recruitment initiatives and tailor your institution’s strategies for certain subject areas?  

This latest white paper delves into how prospective international students across five different subject areas are responding to the challenges of the coronavirus crisis.  

Explore how prospective international students in Business and Management, Engineering and Technology, Medicine and Dentistry, Social Sciences, and Computing are: 

  • Changing their study plans as a result of the coronavirus 
  • Demonstrating their willingness for online learning  
  • Demanding clear action from universities  

Fill out the short form to download a free copy of the white paper today.  

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