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Study finds that university rankings don’t really matter to international students

University and programme rankings are supposedly the best way to find out whether a particular course or institution is right for you.


However, a study by Education.com has found that international students consider other aspects when deciding which university to attend.


According to the report, titled International Higher Education Report: Student Trends, “The rankings and reputation of the school is dropping in importance for prospective students, with teaching quality and cost of living valued respectively 45% and 118% more highly than by current student.


The report was divided into student trends from different regions such as Northern America, Western Europe, Northern Europe and Southeast Asia, but this particular trend was a common factor when surveying international students all over the world.o fu


The report was divided into student trends from different regions such as Northern America, Western Europe, Northern Europe and Southeast Asia, but this particular trend was a common factor when surveying international students all over the world.


To read the full article, visit the Study International website.

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