International Student Survey 2020 Report – Volume 4: The Decade Ahead

This volume of the International Student Survey takes a longer term outlook, exploring what the future may hold for international education, and how the industry – and universities themselves – might change over the coming year.

It answers the following questions:

  • What new and emerging courses are attracting interest?
  • How are universities expect to change over the next decade, and how will the campus experience differ?
  • What are the expectations of prospective students from the job market that awaits them after graduation?
  • Is there a ‘generation gap’ in the attitudes and drivers of today’s students, to the ones who have come before them?

To learn more about this research and the insights it reveals, fill out the short form to request your copy.

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