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International Education Report 2012

The aim of the report was to find out what resources are commonly used when looking for information about studying in the UK and more specifically how these resources are used dependant on gender.

During the summer of 2012, International Student Admissions Service (ISAS) commissioned an international student focus group consisting of 16 international students studying in the UK.

Our international sample was aged between 19-25 years old. Participants came from a variety of nationalities and were studying a range of subjects at different levels. 


Find out more about:

  • Where students go for international study information
  • What kind of information they find useful and interesting
  • What students consider when looking for a program