Vincenzo Raimo writing in The Guardian:
“If we’re not careful, the UK, its universities and the economy will miss out on the financial benefits international students bring and, just as important, the benefits of having the best students in the world study in Britain. But we also risk losing the longer-term benefits gained through the relationships established by international students with their UK counterparts, their lecturers and British society more widely.”
However examined, the Home Secretary’s policies and the knock-on reputational affects on student visas look unnecessarily damaging to UK higher education.
Read the full article on The Guardian website.