25 June 2020 at 9:00 am

Around the world in five

Here’s a round-up of stories from our key international markets.

Around the world in five 1


New Zealanders see ties with Asia as increasingly important, survey shows

New Zealand’s recovery from COVID-19 will be closely tied to Asia’s, and new research from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono shows that more New Zealanders recognise Asia's importance to this country.

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Looking after international students during COVID-19

Australia risks losing billions in revenue, as well as its international reputation, if it continues to ignore the plight of 500,000 international students.

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Pandemic to redistribute international student flows: report

The Anglosphere’s international education success stories of Canada, Australia and New Zealand can look forward to a foreign enrolment windfall as they brush off the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects more quickly than heavyweights the US and UK, a report says.

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UK universities share plans for student quarantine

Working on the assumption that travellers to the UK will be required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival come the new academic year, universities that will offer blended and in-person learning are now planning how to accommodate international students.

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All New Zealand universities continue to be ranked in the top 3% in the world

In the latest QS World University rankings, with all eight were ranked in the top 500, with the University of Auckland coming in first for New Zealand at 81st.

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