Survey points psychological, academic and financial stress in Canada

Findings suggest 80% of international students were “concerned” or “very concerned” about their ability to pay for their education, 55% were at risk of depression and about 50% at risk of an anxiety disorder. A further 30% reported that they “had not adapted well to...

Canada and UK beneficiaries of changing preferences, survey shows

According to the AECC survey of 7,400+ prospective student respondents in 147 countries, of the 21.1% suggesting they had changed their preferred destination, 36% did so in favour of Canada. India, the Philippines and Nepal were the three largest respondent countries...

Survey findings suggest “eagerness to study abroad”

“A year and a half on from the outbreak of Covid-19, the findings suggest the students’ eagerness to study abroad during pandemic, with around half of the students surveyed (25% of the total sample) considering studying abroad, with the UK and Spain as the top foreign...

Trust & wellbeing crisis may be looming in HE, says survey

The survey – the Connected Student Report – was carried out by Salesforce, The Chronicle of Higher Education and research firm Ipsos. Over 2,000 students and staff across the US, the UK, France, Netherlands, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Sweden Finland and Australia were...

Survey suggests US higher education bounce back in 2022

“The results were overwhelming that students view study United States more favourably since Biden was elected, 83% of our students said they were more likely to study in the US since president Biden was elected,” Keystone chief executive officer Erik Harrell said. Of...