The appeal of Australia and New Zealand for international students in the current phase of the coronavirus pandemic

Our monthly coronavirus reports provide up-to-date findings from our ongoing coronavirus survey of international students, empowering institutions to better understand students’ concerns and challenges.

In this report, we explore the latest insights from international students interested in studying in either New Zealand or Australia, including:

  • Does a country’s management of the coronavirus pandemic affect its appeal as a study abroad destination?
  • Does Australia remain a welcoming destination for prospective international students?
  • Does New Zealand remain a welcoming destination for prospective international students?

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