After imposing restrictions on Canadian borders last December due to the Omicron variant and the rising number of COVID-19 cases, higher education institutions such as the University of Toronto once again open study abroad programs for international students.
As the world reels from the COVID-19 pandemic, demand in East Asia for UK international study visas continues to remain low, a new report says.
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly changed our lives dramatically. Health and safety protocols that were taken for granted in the past have now become a way of life for many. Then there is the education sector, which now sees a rise in the number of education institutions offering online learning classes.
As Australia reopens its borders after the COVID-19 pandemic, around 80,000 international students have returned to the country since the middle of February. In fact, the previous week alone witnessed 13,500 coming back.
We may slowly be reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet it seems that the effects, especially on international students, are long-term.
Johns Hopkins University (JHU) announced on Feb. 12 the introduction of a new multifaceted program aimed at recognizing and connecting high-achieving students from Washington, D.C. with..