Challenges, Guidance, and Support for International Students during COVID-19

February 25, 2021

This document is a useful guide  for International Students coming to UK Universities during the COVID-19 pademic.

The document covers:

  • A summary of the education sector’s response to COVID-19 and the impact it’s had on students – such as their mental health, which 83% of young people said has declined since the outbreak.
  • How admission requirements and visa extensions are being handled according to the latest guidelines from Ofqual and the Home Office.
  • What changes can be expected in the future – such as 97% of universities aiming to provide in-person learning once lockdown restrictions are lifted.
  • FAQ section, which addresses some of the most common concerns that international students might have. 

Access the full guide here. 

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