[Report] Passport to Higher Education: A Global Payments Study
One of the pandemic’s greatest impacts for many schools was international student enrollment. COVID concerns, travel restrictions, and the uncertainty of what campus life would look like limited study abroad plans severely. That is changing. As institutions look to solidify enrollments for the upcoming school year, many are confirming their plans to be back on campus, even if some schools require students to be vaccinated prior to arrival.
To better understand the outlook for global education in the wake of COVID, Flywire conducted an independent survey of more than a 1,000 higher education students in seven countries around the world — Australia, Canada, China, India, Spain the United Kingdom and the United States — about returning to school, studying internationally, curriculum preferences, student visas, and paying for education. The results provide a lot of optimism.