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Why universities are always political losers

14 June 2024

7:33 AM

14 June 2024

7:33 AM

Universities have become a political football. Again. In many countries. The latest, albeit recurring, flashpoint is international students. There are concerns that international students create inflation, and assertions that cutting immigration can reduce house prices. The arguments have been ongoing for years. This is not new.

In the United Kingdom, there have been moves to restrict graduate visas.

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