CGTN: Why Chinese students are flocking to Manchester

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Walk around the University of Manchester and it won't be long before you run into a Chinese student. The city's become a magnet for them in recent years, with one in 8 pupils on this campus now from China. So, what is it that's attracting so many of them to Northern England?

For starters, there has been a sharp rise in the number of Chinese looking to study in the UK this year. According to UK admissions service UCAS, there were 19,760 applications from students in the country to start an undergraduate course this academic year. That's up from 15,240 in 2018 – a rise of 30 percent.

Period11 Oct 2019

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  • TitleWhy Chinese students are flocking to Manchester
    Media name/outletCGTN
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryChina
    Date11/10/19
    DescriptionWalk around the University of Manchester and it won't be long before you run into a Chinese student. The city's become a magnet for them in recent years, with one in 8 pupils on this campus now from China. So, what is it that's attracting so many of them to Northern England?

    For starters, there has been a sharp rise in the number of Chinese looking to study in the UK this year. According to UK admissions service UCAS, there were 19,760 applications from students in the country to start an undergraduate course this academic year. That's up from 15,240 in 2018 – a rise of 30 percent.
    URLhttps://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2019-10-11/Why-Chinese-students-are-flocking-to-Manchester--KGwv2ajrlS/index.html
    PersonsPeter Gries, Stephen Flint

Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms

  • Manchester China Institute

Keywords

  • China
  • higher education