Five great alternatives to the UK for your education is the title for this article. However, we will focus on the all-important choice of study destination for international students.
As the UK Government is currently reviewing some provisions for foreign students who want to study in the UK. We decided to focus on providing information for anyone who wants alternatives if the new criteria is unfavourable.
The choice of where to study if you want to leave your home country is truly critical. This all-important choice of study destination for international students, especially with the current media portrayal, of international students and related challenges likely to be faced while studying in the UK is one which needs careful consideration.
The contribution of international students to the UK economy is significant. Figures in 2019, suggest that international students contributed an estimated £28.8 billion to the UK economy.
This figure was equivalent to 1.2% of the UK’s gross domestic product. Additionally, figures from the Higher Education Policy Institute, suggest that international students contribute an estimated £71,000 per capita each year to the UK economy.
This figure includes the cost of tuition fees, living expenses, and spending on goods and services. International students also support jobs in the UK, both directly and indirectly.
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