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Study abroad demand increases in China due to border opening in January

posted on: March 15, 2023

The Chinese government decided to put down the restrictions on international movement on January 8, 2023. This means that international students are now allowed to return back to their universities in China. Similarly, Chinese students who have taken admission in international universities can also go to their respective universities now. Also all those students who had been waiting to get admissions in foreign universities can carry on with their process. As a result, there has been a rapid increase in the study abroad demand in China. Also, China has made it compulsory for all the students to shift to an off-line mode of education.

Otherwise, the degree will not be recognised by the government of China. Around 3500 students from China have gone to Australia to continue their off-line education. 40,000 students are still in the backlog. Due to stagnancy in the international movement for almost 3 years, there is a huge backlog which is causing delays. Also, it has been found that out of 10 students who want to pursue their education. In a foreign university, seven students from China will choose to study in an English speaking country. China is still on the way to recovery and will most likely come back on track very soon.

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