International schools’ new approach to university entry

POSTED: October 12, 2021Category: COVID-19BY: AISA P9

Getting into a “good university” is often the hallmark of success for schools, students and parents. In the international school market this is especially true, not least because students at top schools around the world (and their parents) set their sights on moving on to equally high-status universities across the globe.

The pandemic has raised concerns that it would become a lot more difficult for students to study abroad in new destinations through a mix of travel restrictions, reticence to travel, increasing costs and a lot more.

However, a new report from ISC Research shows a different story – one that makes positive reading for international schools and reveals interesting insights into how university admissions teams have adapted the way they assess applications from prospective students, and may continue to do so in the future.

Find out the details in the TES article here.

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