The latest figures show that international student recruitment has potential to expand across the UK.
According to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), many UK universities remain reliant on international students, and that international student enrollments are likely to grow further as talks mount over extending the period of time international students have to find a job after they graduate.
The following top 15 universities are actively attracting international students and developing their international student recruitment strategies:
- University College London: 12,742
- The University of Manchester: 10,880
- The University of Edinburgh: 8,138
- Coventry University: 7,658
- The University of Sheffield: 7,486
- King’s College London: 7,054
- The University of Liverpool: 6,919
- University of the Arts, London: 6,689
- The University of Leeds: 6,566
- The University of Birmingham: 6,498
- The University of Warwick: 6,440
- Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine: 6,277
- University of Nottingham: 5,896
- London School of Economics and Political Science: 5,776
- The University of Glasgow: 5,510
England has the most undergraduates by a margin of around 1%, but Wales has the highest percentage of postgraduates by 5%. Northern Ireland has the lowest percentage of international students for both undergraduate and postgraduate students in the UK.
University preparation courses at LSFL
At London School of Finance and Law, we offer support and online university preparation courses for international students who are going to apply to study business management, accounting, finance, taxation or law at a UK university in 2021 or 2022. Eight-month online university preparation courses run in three specialisations: Business Management / Accounting and Finance / Law and Legal Studies. The next course start date is 5 September 2020. Registration closes on 31 August 2020.