The Impact of the Coronavirus on Prospective International Students

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An ongoing QS survey of prospective international students is revealing new insights into how this group is responding to the coronavirus crisis.  

As a follow up to our large report, The Impact of the Coronavirus on Global Higher Education, which was published in early April, this latest report will reveal new findings on 

  • How prospective international students are responding to the crisis as of mid-May 
  • Their attitudes towards online learning and tuition fees 
  • How they want universities to communicate with them 
  • And what they expect of universities moving forward 

Please fill out the short form to download a free copy of the report today.  

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