Students around the world in 2016 vs 2017 – what has changed?

Norway – No tuition fees, but only 15% of students can get student accommodation

Canada – Students will gain residency, but tax credits have been abolished

France – Cheaper than some other EU countries, but overcrowded universities

Malta – Over 230 course options, yet high fees for private universities

South Korea – New scholarships for international students, but threats of Northern Korea affect student intake

UK – Competition is improving education standards, but tuition fees are increasing