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Netherlands: a third of international grads stay to work

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Lucette Roovers, director of global engagement at Breda University of Applied Sciences , told The PIE the “stay rate” of international students has been a focal point of the ongoing international student debate in the Netherlands. Previously, only around 20% of international students did so.

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Dutch recruitment ‘cease and desist’ a “wake-up call”

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During the PIE Live Europe ’s European Panel of Presidents, Breda University of Applied Sciences’s director academy of tourism Perry Hobson talked about the difficult situation Dutch institutions have been put in through the ongoing discussion on recruitment of non-EU students. .

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Finland’s visa processing issues resulting in “bottleneck”

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A survey of Finland’s universities of applied sciences has revealed that increasing numbers of students are finding themselves unable to enter the country due to visa issues. . This is not just a pandemic backlash,” she clarifies, talking to The PIE.

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German leader appeals to int’l graduates

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Speaking at Gisma University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Scholz said it was “inspiring to see how many students from around the world come to Germany and wish to work here afterwards” “We need these young and well-qualified men and women for the successful economic development of our country,” he said.

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Netherlands uni chairs call for stop to curbing int’l students

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“In doing so, [parliament] turns a blind eye to the fact that the shortage on the labour market – think of technology, ICT, education and care – is already causing major problems for us,” the opinion piece, signed by representatives from Breda University of Applied Sciences , Tilburg University and others, reads. “In

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Finland’s joint application sees record numbers

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Applied sciences universities especially suffered, due to consulate backlogs in identification. This may be especially important to resolve with the biggest nationalities applying to Finland, according to the recent data, being Nigerian and Bangladeshi students. That only tells us about quantity, not quality.

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Looming Dutch election leaves stakeholders sitting in first gear

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Speaking to The PIE, Jorrit Snijder, Breda University of Applied Sciences ’ President, points out that the debate that’s been going on since the housing crisis has left behind some key context. “The The debate [we’re having] is a very Dutch debate. What’s the connection with the labour market?