Int’l schools market is “flourishing” – ISC report


A new report from educational consultants ISC Research suggests factors such as increasing diversity, a post-Covid surge and geopolitical events are leading to a flourishing international school sector.

The PIE spoke to stakeholders in key destination markets to find out more.


In the UK, the year 2022 saw some Russell Group universities paying their students to defer their courses due to accommodation shortages.

For QA‘s Magdalena Restrepo, it is now about managing expectations for students – particularly those heading to London for their student experience, where availability and affordability of private short term letting is an issue, she told The PIE News.

“For students who are coming from countries with less strong currencies, the prices are too high,” Restrepo, who is senior country specialist for the Americas at QA, said.

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