International Student Mobility: Where Next?
Business Today Malaysia|October 2021
The growth of international student mobility – whether that be student going overseas for the whole of their education or for shorter periods, such as a semester abroad or a study trip – has been one of the defining features of higher education over the last 20 to 30 years.
Prof Heard

Malaysians students have always shown a keen interest in study abroad opportunities, with students opting in particular to study in the UK, the US and Australia. The impact of covid-19 pandemic has thus been keenly felt amongst Malaysian higher education students, with the sudden imposition of travel restrictions, meaning many students simply have not been able to travel; while others who have travelled have found themselves isolated in their accommodation, unable to attend classes faceto-face, or enjoy all the ancillary benefits of overseas travel, such as visiting new places, being exposed to different cultures, and even opportunities to work.

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