Tips from an IDP UX Researcher on how to learn more with less
Insights from our latest Crossroads IV webinar
Aspiring international students remain committed to their global study goals, despite the challenges the pandemic has presented.
International students’ perceptions of the United States as a study destination have significantly improved following the election win by Joe Biden.
New research shows that the applied and pure sciences and creative subjects are being snubbed by 2021 University students.
81% of international students in the UK are happy they decided to commence their studies during the pandemic.
On November 25th we hosted an exclusive webinar for our Core Members, focused on key findings from Crossroads III.
The third round of IDP's study of international students shows increasingly positive perceptions of countries that have remained open during the pandemic.
While next year is unpredictable, we are able to provide data to help decipher how institutions can adapt for the next recruitment cycle.
On Tuesday 28th of April, IDP Connect hosted a webinar exploring UK Student attitudes and behaviour data amidst Covid-19.
New research has revealed many international students with enrollment offers from universities remain determined to fulfill their global education goals – despite the travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The majority of students surveyed are holding on to aspirations to commence their studies on-campus within months of their originally intended start date.
Remember worrying about the Millennium Bug? If so, you might also remember that in 2000 a new online disruptor revolutionised the travel sector: Trip Advisor was born, and hotel managers the world over began to sleep a little less comfortably in their duck down quilted beds.