Vaccine rollout success boosts international student confidence in UK study

5 May 2021

The success of the vaccine rollout in the UK has boosted international students interest in studying in the UK from September 2021, a new poll has found.

The survey of over 100,000 students planning to study abroad was conducted by QS and found that 47% of prospective international students said they would be more likely to choose to study in the UK because of the rate of vaccinations in the country, whilst 17% said they thought the government was handling the rollout better than anywhere else. The UK was more popular than the US, Canada, Australia and Germany.

Of the results, a spokesman for QS said: "The effectiveness and speed of the rollout is making the UK seem a more attractive and viable destination to begin their studies in September compared to some other countries.”

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