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Universities fall short on careers advice for international students

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Hepi report suggests that institutions need to improve their employment support

More than four in five international students say careers support is either “important” or “very important” when choosing a university in the UK, but only half feel their institution is catering to their needs, a report has found.

According to a report by the Higher Education Policy Institute and Kaplan, 82 per cent of international students say the careers support advertised by an institution was important when choosing where to go, but just 52 per cent said their university was meeting their needs. 

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