Universities Fear €200m Drop-Off in Revenue From International Students

Ireland“Irish universities could lose out on up to €200 million in international student revenue next year – a ‘massive blow’, according to one of the sector’s experts. Jim Miley, the director general of the Irish Universities Association (IUA), told RTÉ Radio 1 today that colleges are bracing for an 80% reduction in the number of first-year students coming from abroad next year …” (more)

[Donal MacNamee, University Times, 3 May]

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