Vaccines and virtual lectures: How international students are adapting to higher education in 2021

International students are facing a very different educational environment in 2021 and QS is committed to understanding their experiences.

As part of our ongoing coronavirus reporting, QS analysts have added a range of new questions to our survey of international students, from their perceptions of virtual learning to how they feel about vaccines.

This report covers the latest coronavirus survey insights from international students, including:

  • What do international students think about their educational experience now?
  • How do they feel about vaccine requirements in the higher education sector?
  • What are their attitudes when travelling to their destination country?
  • What do they make of student support services?

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