Thursday 13 May 2021
UK Student Accommodation Forum - What is Happening with International Students - This Year, Next Year and Trends
The UK Student Accommodation Forum event will be held on Thursday 13th May. This is a one hour special meeting starting at 11:00am and ending at 12:00pm. Spaces are limited to 50 delegates.
This edition of the UK Student Accommodation Forum will consider:
- How many international students actually arrived this year?
- What are applications looking like for the coming year and how many will actually arrive
- Will China continue to drive the market?
- What changes are in play as different students arrive to study in the UK?
- What are the implications of all of this for accommodation providers?
A Zoom link to the event will be sent to delegates at 4pm the afternoon before the event.
Matt Durnin, Global Head of Insights & Consultancy, British Council.
Specialising in the economics of higher education, Matt leads a team of global British Council analysts to provide UK institutions with the data, analysis and insights required to succeed in the rapidly changing international education industry.
Julia Wang, Head of Market Development (East Asia) at the University of Leeds
Cost per delegate
Normal Delegate Rate - £0
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