<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Australia, New Zealand and Canada have managed the health crisis significantly better than the United States or the United Kingdom. Their universities should benefit from it as early as 2021.

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<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "There is little chance that universities The United States and the United Kingdom will be able to beat their records in terms of applications for international student enrollment in the coming months, but three countries which have distinguished themselves by their good management of the pandemic should welcome more students by 2021 & nbsp ; foreigners: Australia, New Zealand and Canada, at least predicted by report by international audit and consultancy firm Ernst & amp; Young (EY) whose Times Higher Education echoes. "data-reactid =" 29 "> US and UK universities are unlikely to be able to break their records for international student applications in the coming months. However, three countries that have distinguished themselves by their good management of the pandemic should welcome more foreign students by 2021: Australia, New Zealand and Canada, at least this is predicted by a report by the international audit firm and consulting Ernst & Young (EY) whose Times Higher Education echoes.

Foreign studies still relevant

The EY report synthesizes the results of several surveys carried out between February and April of this year among more than 40,000 students wishing to study at an English-speaking university. He predicts that the number of international students will rebound by 2021, even if the effects of the pandemic are to continue. The hypothesis is based on an observation: the students interviewed knew very quickly how to change their plans according to the evolution of the situation. In February, 10% of them were ready to give up their study abroad plan and 37% planned a simple postponement. Two months later, 65% were planning to postpone it and only 5% preferred to throw in the towel.

According to the EY report, enrollment in postgraduate studies, in particular, will increase sharply, with many international students preferring to continue their studies rather than trying their luck in a weak job market.

In Australia, a pilot experiment launched in July

Among the planned destinations, New Zealand, which successfully eradicated the coronavirus in record time, and

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