UK International Education Commission set to launch

In order to convene and suggest future policies on the country’s future international education strategy, stakeholders in the UK are establishing an International Education Commission.The committee, led by Chris Skidmore MP, a former minister for universities and the head of the Cross Party Universities Group, will work to create a new international education plan 2.0 in response to the shifting geopolitical environment since the first strategy was introduced in 2019.

Skidmore, who will serve as the minister of universities in 2019 and be in charge of establishing and developing the first International Education Strategy, will formally inaugurate the commission at a ceremony on November 14.

The sector is “in need of a fresh framework,” Skidmore declared prior to the introduction, three years after the first plan was introduced and the aim of 600,000 international students was achieved a decade ahead of schedule.”The industry needs a clear vision of what our international education strategy has to be now more than ever before,” he said.


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