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Major study destinations suffering reputational damage as student housing crisis rolls into 2023

A shortage of student housing stock in major study abroad destinations, combined with cost of living increases is impacting international student mobility and threatening the reputation of destinations.
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Student housing operators need a strong global payments solution to manage surging demand and...

In less than 10 years, the number of students attending universities outside their home country will increase by nearly 40%, according to a recent...

New research highlights key role of places and spaces in fostering student belonging

A new Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) Policy Note authored by Dr Richard Vytniorgu, Student belonging and the wider context provides valuable insight and recommendations into ways that higher education professionals can foster a greater sense of belonging among students in the UK.
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Europe’s Best Student Accommodation Recognised at Global Student Living Awards

The Winners of the Global Student Living Awards for the UK & Ireland, and for Europe, have been revealed at a ceremony held as...
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Europe’s PBSA Leaders Gather to Address Net-Zero Challenge

Around 300 investors, developers, operators and suppliers from around Europe are gathering at GSL Live '22: Net-zero Student Living on 20th October to explore...
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Dutch student housing crisis rumbles on

The pressure to house and care for international students has been immense and has cause rifts at both a local and national government level as politicians seek to balance the economic benefits of international students with the needs and demands of the local (voting) populations.

Disabled students suffer as temperatures soar

Data from the latest Global Student Living Index survey of over 65,000 students across Europe shows that disabled students are 50% more likely than non-disabled students to report negative experiences of temperature in their accommodation.
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‘Bad apples’ give wrong impression of students renting in Newcastle residential areas

Jesmond, an affluent area of Newcastle, is weathering noise and anti-social behaviour complaints. Some families say they can't work at home or even hear the...
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University of California battles state environmental law to preserve student numbers

The University of California, Berkley are making tough decisions about admissions due to housing problems plaguing the state. Berkley residents are now using the...
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Debenhams downsizing makes room for uni campus transformation

In a turn of events for the dying high street, a former Debenhams building in Gloucester is being converted into a university campus.  Gloucester City...
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