Student Insight

Student Insight

These country-specific reports explore the influences and motivating factors affecting student decision-making regarding study abroad. Based on data collected since February 2007, Education Intelligence’s ongoing decision-making survey collects the views of an expanding population of students – currently over 170,000 from more than 200 countries and territories– and serves as the basis for these reports. The Student Insight series provides powerful access to understanding what is involved when students make decisions about study abroad.

  • A free-market economy with good infrastructure and expanding job opportunities, Thailand is a middle-income country that has achieved considerable economic and social progress in recent decades. However, Thailand is faced with an ageing population and a labour shortage which has resulted in the employment of more than two million immigrants from other regional countries. Steps have been taken to...
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  • An upper-middle-income country, Turkey has the eighteenth largest economy in the world. With its sizeable youth population and well-heeled middle class, Turkey has benefitted from great economic prosperity and growth. While the economic outlook remains favourable compared to the rest of Europe or the MENA region, the country’s medium-term challenge is to increase productivity and...
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  • With the largest global proportion of youth among its population, Uganda benefits from a demographic dividend which can help spur its economy and achieve its mission to transform into a prosperous nation over the next thirty years. However, the country faces considerable challenges in education and job creation to create a skilled and productive labour force. Education is a priority, and recent...
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  • Military conflict and economic and political turbulence have had an impact on the Ukraine’s education system, affecting the quality and standard. Education reforms have focused on improving access and quality in schools, and bringing Ukrainian universities into alignment with international standards. While high levels of tertiary attainment suggest there is significant interest in pursuing higher...
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  • As the second most popular destination for international students after the US, the UK has grown its market share from 10.8 per cent in 2000 to 13.0 per cent in 2011. Although the UK hosts approximately 390,000 international students, only 23,000 UK students study abroad, providing many opportunities to make overseas study more attractive among UK students. This Student Insight report profiles...
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  • Economic development in Vietnam has resulted in rapid urbanisation and the emergence of a new middle class. The dramatic transformation of what was once one of the world’s poorest nations has also resulted in a significant expansion and improvement to the country’s higher education sector and a rise in the number of tertiary graduates. However, quality has not kept pace with growth in the sector...
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