Canada and Germany are becoming more popular as study destinations, although the UK remains the preferred option for Indian students. Photo by Nithya Priyan / Creative Commons
The British Council’s Richard Everitt explains the latest figures and provides some options for UK universities, based on our latest report on Indian student mobility.
Cell delivery systems for treatment of stroke, Parkinson’s Disease and bone regeneration are under development. Photo of nano-sized plastic particles (cell delivery system) courtesy of the author.
The promises of regenerative medicine cause both hope and fear. Professor Kevin Shakesheff, who spoke at our 'Unlocking the secrets behind regenerative medicine' event in London yesterday, explains some of the controversy. The event is part of BIRAX, our UK-Israel initiative to support international research into some of the world's most dreadful diseases.
Research shows that the UK's culture is a strong pull factor for international students. Photo of Shakespeare statue in Bancroft Gardens, Stratford Upon Avon: ©VisitBritain / Britain on View
There are several factors - beyond economic and demographic – affecting where students will choose study. The British Council's Elizabeth Shepherd asks what other 'Megatrends' there are and shares some important predictions.
The transatlantic flow of students is stronger than ever. Photo of woman in British Library: ©VisitBritain / Eric Nathan, used with permission.
South Asia's universities must meet the demands of a huge youth population (photo by Satish Krishnamurthy)