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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...

Global Student Living and The Class Foundation announce collaboration on European student wellbeing

The Class Foundation and Global Student Living have announced an exciting new collaboration investigating the relationship between student accommodation, living experience, and student well-being...
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A quarter of UK students and young graduates expect to use food banks, survey...

A recent survey of students and young graduates by and GradTouch has revealed the anxiety young people are feeling in the face of...

Dollar strength putting a squeeze on international students

University education in the US is known to be a big financial commitment, being amongst the most expensive in the world. But the recent strength...
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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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Needle spiking awareness campaign planned for UK freshers’ week

Proposed UK government add campaign will draw attention to 'new phenomenon' of needle spiking in nightclubs; timed to kick off alongside the start of the new academic year.
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Spain plans visa changes to boost international student recruitment

The Spanish government is seeking ways to redress the issue and proposed legislative changes to visa regulations are intended to benefit foreigners wishing to study, and stay, in the country. Here's how amendments to current visa laws for foreign students could help revive the international populations of Spanish university campuses, as well as stimulating investment in the pandemic-stricken student accommodation sector.
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Reliance on international student fees puts UK universities at risk

The global conditions of the past several years, most notably institutional lockdowns, border closures, and migratory restrictions, have led to a dramatic decrease in...
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Proposed changes to UK student loans branded ‘cruel’ and ‘regressive’

The UK government is currently in a consultation process over a set of proposed changes to the student loan regime. According to an impact...
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