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GSL and CUBO announce partnership to deliver deeper insight into UK & Ireland PBSA

Global Student Living (GSL) and College & University Business Officers (CUBO) have today announced a new partnership that will include the development and delivery...
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France set to benefit from boom in Sub-Saharan student mobility

A recent study released by Campus France predicts that the number of outbound Sub-Saharan African students could double to more than 850,000 by 2050. The number of outbound students from Sub-Saharan Africa increased by 21% between 2016 and 2021 and France currently plays host to the greatest number with 92,000 students.
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Inbound Insight: Nepal

In this Inbound Insight series article, we look at the rising number of students from Nepal choosing to study abroad, and explore what this cohort...

California State Poly floats unusual idea to cope with student housing shortage

Californian State Polytechnic University, Cal Poly Humboldt has been forced to consider a range of creative options for housing students, including floating accommodation, after...
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Increasing student mobility in Latin America signals opportunity

The number of outbound students from Latin America is increasing, as is the number of inbound students, and researchers at Latin American universities are...

Surge in number of Chinese students prompts fears of homelessness in Western Australia

A snap announcement by the Chinese Ministry of Education advising that it will no longer accredit foreign qualifications studied online is expected to result...
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Global Taskforces to lead PBSA sector in facing key challenges

In collaboration with international partners across finance, development, design and operations, Global Student Living has today announced the launch of two global Taskforces to...
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Inbound Insight: Egypt

In this first article in our Inbound Insight series, we look at the rising number of students from Egypt choosing to study abroad, and...
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First impressions matter. So who nailed the early student experience in 2022?

Student feedback gathered from the latest wave of the Global Student Living Index (2022 Q4) in the UK & Ireland, highlights the top performing universities and operators when it comes to supporting students through the booking process and settling into their new accommodation.
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Australia-India Trade Agreement set to provide a major boost to international education

An increase in the number of Indian students choosing to study in Australia is expected as a result of the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and...
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