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May 03, 2019 Friday 04:29:57 PM IST

MBA intake not hit by Brexit

International Edu News

More than half of prospective business students responding to a recent Graduate Management Admission Council(GMAC) survey said uncertainty around Brexit has made no impact on the attractiveness of Britain as a place to study, with 71% of UK business schools included reporting a year-on-year increase in applications.The survey revealed there has been an increase in candidates’ selecting the UK as their first-choice country for their business school experience. Consideration of the UK as a study destination is driven by the reputation of its educational system. However, certain non UK-Europeans consider Brexit as a detriment to the availability of student and work visas in the UK, and over time, candidates’ perception of the impact of Brexit on the cost of education and living in the UK have become more negative, the survey concluded.

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