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2023: A transformative year in global education amid policy shifts and geopolitical tensions

This year-end review explores how certain policy shifts have affected international students and institutions, reflecting a broader reevaluation of global student mobility.

The collaboration between MultiversX and ULBS will allow students to take a “Blockchain and FinTech Applications” course in the second semester of their third academic year. This will give them a thorough knowledge of the MultiversX blockchain network, as well as an exploration of decentralized applications within its ecosystem.

U.K. student visa applicants now have a new option for submitting their applications and enrolling biometrics at the Premium Application Centre in Selangor. This location, along with existing free Visa Application Centres in Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, provides customers with more convenient choices when it comes to applying for visas.

Purpose-built student housing shortages in the UK are driving up rental costs in the residential market, according to property experts. This comes as higher mortgage rates make buy-to-let investments less appealing to landlords.

Amid a population surge, Canada witnesses a remarkable boom in international students, bolstering the country’s education sector and economic growth. While attracting a record 807,000 study permits last year, Canada faces the challenge of effectively integrating foreign students and maximizing the benefits of international education.

Education Ministers and union leaders in England have agreed on a recommendation from the School Teachers’ Review Body of a 6.5 percent pay rise for school teachers in 2023-24 on July 13, following the rejection of the government’s earlier offer.

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