QS Higher Education Briefing: Is COVID-19 still impacting student decision making?

Welcome to this month’s QS Higher Education Briefing: An opportunity for higher education institutions to discover the latest insights from QS.

In this briefing, you’ll find the results of a survey conducted by QS in which we asked prospective international students from across the globe about the impact COVID-19 was having on where and how they wanted to study.

The questions covered in the report include:

  • What students consider to be the biggest concern about COVID right now
  • In what way the coronavirus pandemic has impacted their study plans
  • Whether COVID-19 is still considered an important factor to prospective students when deciding which country to study in

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