International students have not been deterred by last month’s riots from coming to Britain to study, according to an article on the Guardian website.
Farah Jassat spoke to a number of overseas students and academic figures who said that education in Britain is still an attractive prospect despite the recent violence in London and other UK cities.
Liam Burns, the president of the National Union of Students, said that there is no evidence to indicate any long-term effects on higher education.
Malaysian deputy high commissioner Wan Zaidi Wan Abdullah, is convinced that Malaysian students will be undeterred, as “for them, having a place at a UK university is an achievement”.
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