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  • Your study-abroad checklist in a post-Covid world

    — Ipek Aydin, Head of PTE for the Middle East & North Africa

    As the academic year has come to a close, high schoolers and aspiring master’s degree scholars are preparing to undertake the rigorous application process for a program at a foreign university, perhaps halfway across the world. Pearson’s 2021 Global Learning Survey found that 72% of college students have a new sense of urgency for completing their education. With the pandemic settling down and borders opening up, more students are considering overseas on-campus options only. Studying abroad is a coveted experience for many, as earning an international degree broadens personal and professional horizons and promotes holistic growth.

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  • Pearson reveals the technology trends that will disrupt higher education in 2022 The Majority of People in New Pearson Survey Expect Schools and Employers to Step Up on Mental Health Issues

    More than 80% say their employer and nearly 90% say their child’s school or university should do more to address mental health and wellbeing

    Dubai, United Arab Emirates, June 06, 2022 -- As the Great Resignation continues to disrupt the global economy, Pearson, the world's leading learning company, today released new public opinion research showing that people around the world are prioritizing mental health and wellbeing when looking for careers for themselves and educational opportunities for their children.

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