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The PIE News: $3,000 airfares prevent Pakistan students from returning to China

Over 100 students from Pakistan were offered the chance to return to China to resume in-person learning but were unable to afford the 20,000 yuan airfare – equivalent to almost US$3,000, The PIE News has learnt.

Times Higher Education: Will China ever recover its international student flows?

Higher education analysts mull China’s continued attractiveness as a student destination amid its zero-Covid policy and scant foreign student returnees.

StudyTravel Magazine: Chinese agency market profiled, growing optimism for year ahead

Chinese agents are becoming more optimistic for the year ahead and are relatively relaxed about the impact of Covid, as research shows that 1,672 agencies are currently active across Tier 1-4 cities and differing rates of programme and destination portfolios.

StudyTravel Magazine: English UK schools took further hit in 2021, data shows

Member schools of English UK suffered a further decrease in students in 2021, as new data released by the ELT school association shows the full extent of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sector, although a preview of early 2022 business suggests some bounce back.

The PIE News: UK ELT student numbers down 88% from pre-covid levels

The UK’s English language teaching sector continued to suffer in 2021 as factors including lockdowns and travel restrictions led to an 88% drop in student numbers compared to pre-pandemic levels, according to new figures released by English UK.

The PIE News: $3,000 airfares prevent Pakistan students from returning to China

Over 100 students from Pakistan were offered the chance to return to China to resume in-person learning but were unable to afford the 20,000 yuan airfare – equivalent to almost US$3,000, The PIE News has learnt.

Times Higher Education: Will China ever recover its international student flows?

Higher education analysts mull China’s continued attractiveness as a student destination amid its zero-Covid policy and scant foreign student returnees.

StudyTravel Magazine: Chinese agency market profiled, growing optimism for year ahead

Chinese agents are becoming more optimistic for the year ahead and are relatively relaxed about the impact of Covid, as research shows that 1,672 agencies are currently active across Tier 1-4 cities and differing rates of programme and destination portfolios.

StudyTravel Magazine: English UK schools took further hit in 2021, data shows

Member schools of English UK suffered a further decrease in students in 2021, as new data released by the ELT school association shows the full extent of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sector, although a preview of early 2022 business suggests some bounce back.

The PIE News: UK ELT student numbers down 88% from pre-covid levels

The UK’s English language teaching sector continued to suffer in 2021 as factors including lockdowns and travel restrictions led to an 88% drop in student numbers compared to pre-pandemic levels, according to new figures released by English UK.

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