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Around The Education World This Week – Issue #4

New rules for EU students in UK starting Jan. 1, 2021

As the Brexit transition period inches closer to its end on Dec. 31, 2020, EU students planning to study in Britain during the next academic year will have a new set of rules applying to them. To start with, EU students who will start courses after Aug. 1, 2021, will have to pay higher international tuition fees.

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CREATIVE WRITING SCHOLARSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, UK

The Ink Sweat & Tears Scholarship will support a talented writer on UEA’s prestigious MA Creative Writing: Poetry course. It is open to both Home, EU and International students. Scholarship recipients are required as part of the scholarship to read at the Norwich Café Writers event in November of their first year.

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Higher Education Will Not Be The Same. It May Just Get Better!

Higher education institutions across the globe are facing several short-term issues right now. There are massive budget cuts to deal with, while students are showing a growing reluctance to reimburse full tuition fees for online teaching. The large-scale deferral of admissions by international students is another major challenge amid the travel restrictions and economic downturn.

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