Dear valuable foreign students: pay up then bugger off home

Dear valuable foreign students: pay up then bugger off home
A UK regulator has warned that even a small reduction in student numbers could push three-quarters of educational institutions into deficit. (Image: Depositphotos)
Bloomberg
By Matthew Brooker It's open season on international students around the world — and countries have nothing to lose but billions of dollars in tuition fees.Britain is considering the future of a graduate visa programme that offers a post-study right to work, after a committee charged with looking at possible abuse of the system reported back this month (it found little). The new Dutch coalition government plans to reduce the number of foreign students as part of a package of measures targeting migration. Australia and C...

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