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An audit of international student mobility to the UK

An audit of international student mobility to the UK
An audit of international student mobility to the UK
The number of students from other European Union countries coming to the UK has been in decline over recent years, although this trend has so far been offset by the number of students from some non-European countries, especially China. The largest reductions from the European Union have been from countries such as Germany, Ireland and Greece. In this paper we carry out secondary data analysis of HESA data and draw on primary research previously carried out within our research team to discuss the significance of these trends. We offer potential explanations for region and country-specific trends in student mobility in relation to recent changes to higher education fees and immigration policies. The possible consequences of the 2016 Brexit referendum for international student mobility to the UK is discussed
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ESRC Centre for Population Change
Prazeres, Laura
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Findlay, Allan
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Mcgowan, Teresa
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Prazeres, Laura
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Findlay, Allan
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Mcgowan, Teresa
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Prazeres, Laura and Findlay, Allan , Mcgowan, Teresa (ed.) (2017) An audit of international student mobility to the UK (ESRC Centre for Population Change Working Papers, 82) Southampton, GB. ESRC Centre for Population Change 38pp.

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The number of students from other European Union countries coming to the UK has been in decline over recent years, although this trend has so far been offset by the number of students from some non-European countries, especially China. The largest reductions from the European Union have been from countries such as Germany, Ireland and Greece. In this paper we carry out secondary data analysis of HESA data and draw on primary research previously carried out within our research team to discuss the significance of these trends. We offer potential explanations for region and country-specific trends in student mobility in relation to recent changes to higher education fees and immigration policies. The possible consequences of the 2016 Brexit referendum for international student mobility to the UK is discussed

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Published date: 2 February 2017
Organisations: Social Statistics & Demography, Centre for Population Change

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Local EPrints ID: 405433
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/405433
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Date deposited: 03 Feb 2017 11:52
Last modified: 03 Oct 2017 16:32

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