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How can more UK students be encouraged to study abroad?

The UK doesn’t send out nearly as many students abroad as it welcomes. How can the UK encourage its students to travel further afield to study? Zainab Malik explains the British Council's latest (June 2015) research on the subject. In the British Council's Broadening Horizons report (published June 2015), nearly 7,500 UK and US students were surveyed to understand their motivations for and apprehensions towards overseas study.

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