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International education robust despite turmoil

Most countries can afford to be optimistic about the prospects for their international education industries despite the turmoil in financial markets, according to IDP research head Melissa Banks. OECD data over the three decades from 1975 shows continuing growth in the numbers of students travelling to almost all regions of the world, she told Campus Review.

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