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Why Britain’s Universities Must Be International For The Country to Thrive

At last, it seems the country is waking up to the news that international students have been given a hard time for no reason. It appears the government has been sitting on a report showing that international students don’t all stay in the U.K. after they graduate. This, I’m afraid, is nothing new. For years now, there has been a disturbing run of stories about international students.
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