International students name UK better than the rest for student satisfaction
10 December 2015
Research carried out by the UK Higher Education International Unit has revealed that a large proportion of overseas students in the UK would recommend studying in the UK, as opposed to other nations.
85% of overseas graduates recommend the experience to others, a higher proportion than other traditional heavyweights such as Australia, Canada and the US. The UK also improved upon its student satisfaction score, up from 90% in 2008 to 91% in 2015.
The findings are based on feedback from over 365,000 international students studying outside their home country, which was collected from i-graduate’s International Student Barometer. UK HE International Unit director Vivienne Stern said: “While the UK’s improving results and higher satisfaction with the cost of living than main alternative countries suggest we are heading in the right direction, we cannot remain complacent.
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