Covid-19 ‘significantly impacted’ mental wellbeing, say students

A survey of over 10,000 students across nine education destinations, found that as an international average, 66% students felt that their mental wellbeing had been adversely impacted due to Covid-19, in what they felt could be a long term impact. The percentage was...

international student levels stable after Covid-19

According to official figures, 5,072 students from overseas are enrolled with Estonian higher education institutions, a modest decline of 164 from the 2020/21 year. The 1,748 newly enrolled international students in the current academic year is a rise of 298 compared...

Accenture: Covid-19 “eroding students’ wellbeing”

In collaboration with Cibyl, Accenture’s report found that a staggering 80% of students said Covid contributed to their poor mental health. “There’s a significant disconnect between the experiences of different students” According to the report, UK students are...

some DLIs approved their own Covid-19 readiness plans

In 2020 it was announced that institutions in the Canadian province could welcome back international students to campuses if they had a Covid-19 readiness plan approved by their provincial or territorial government.  “Submitted plans do not contain all of the detail...

Covid-19 changing study abroad decision-making, say agents

The survey of 1,126 agents from 79 countries, carried out by INTO University Partnerships in early November, found that four in five educational counsellors and agents had recorded shifts in the study abroad decision-making process. Students and parents are...