Studying overseas: The Agenda with Stephen Cole (Full Episode)
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As Universities in the UK start their winter term, there will be a rather different look to many campuses across the country. For the first time Chinese students will outnumber those from European Union countries – with a record 13,630 enrolled for classes.
This week on The Agenda, Stephen Cole examines just why that is – and what overseas students can expect from life on campus as the student world gets to grips with studying in the midst of a global pandemic.
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