Interdean Reviews Overseas Study Choices

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The relocation experts at Interdean have shared their thoughts on the findings of a new report from a China-based overseas study which reveals the US as the top choice for Chinese students’ overseas study.

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28% of Chinese students selected the US, whilst 18% chose the UK and 14% picked Australia

The article, US Still Top Choice for Students, published in China Daily USA, looked at popular choices for Chinese students looking to study abroad. According to the Education International Cooperation Group, 28% of Chinese students selected the US, whilst 18% chose the UK and 14% picked Australia. The US lured Chinese students for bachelor courses (30%), master’s (26%) and PhDs (56%). In addition, the survey revealed that nearly 40% of Chinese families would be willing to spend up to 20-50% of their assets on their children’s overseas studies.

Specialising in student shipping for those starting courses overseas, the team at Interdean were naturally interested by the recent statistics. A representative from the company reflects on some of the advantages of studying abroad.

"There are endless reasons why students choose to study overseas. As well as better facilities, a higher quality of teaching and cheaper tuition fees, many go overseas simply for the experience. At Interdean, we help thousands of students embark on courses overseas each year, looking forward to a different way of life, a new culture and meeting new people."

Thinking of Moving? Think Interdean.

International removals company Interdean helps families, expats, backpackers, travellers and students move overseas. Established in 1958, Interdean provides moving, storage, shipping air freight, excess baggage, visa and immigration, and full relocation services to worldwide destinations. Interdean is FIDI FAIM PLUS accredited and has over 123 offices worldwide.

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