Survey Invitation: How international students make decisions about study destinations

Survey link for international students in the UK

Survey link for international students in Australia

This survey questionnaire asks international students about how they made decisions to study in British universities.  It is part of a research project called Governing complexity: future-proofing higher education internationalization in times of uncertainty.  This project is being conducted by Assistant Professor Dr Cora Xu from Durham University (United Kingdom), Associate Professor Dr Catherine Gomes from RMIT University (Australia), Dr Will Shannon from the University of Canterbury (New Zealand), and Dr Conrad King from Kwantlen Polytechnic University (Canada).  The overall results of this survey could be shared with the public via academic publications, conferences or reports.   

You are invited because you are currently an international student in the UK. This survey is anonymous.  Any personal identifying information will not be stored with your anonymous survey responses, and your survey responses will be managed in a separate database.    

Participation in this research is voluntary. If you don’t wish to take part, you don’t have to.  You can withdraw at any time by simply closing your web browser prior to completing the survey. If you decide to continue to fill out this survey and click ‘submit’, you are giving your written consent for your data to be included in this research anonymously. Please kindly note that since this data will be kept anonymously, once you submit your answers it will not be possible to withdraw your data from this research.

The survey questionnaire contains 14 questions and should take about 15 minutes to complete. 

Survey link for international students in the UK

Survey link for international students in Australia

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