How COVID-19 is Impacting Prospective International Students Across the Globe

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International student recruitment during the coronavirus crisis presents a range of complex challenges for higher education institutions.

To better inform and support prospective international students with your recruitment efforts, you need to tailor your approach to the concerns of key markets.

In this white paper, we reveal exclusive QS survey findings that detail the priorities and concerns of prospective international students from China, India, the European Union, and North America.

By leveraging these findings, your institution can better inform its student recruitment strategies throughout this crisis.

Please fill out the short form to download your free copy.

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