Outgoing mobility is primarily Asian (54%), with China exceeding one million students globally, double that of India. Vietnam, rising from 10th place five years ago, now ranks 4th, trailing behind Germany.
English-speaking countries, led by the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, remain dominant hosts. Germany, Canada, and France follow suit, with notable growth rates (4th, +54%; 5th, +65%; 6th).
Significant progress is evident in other nations, with Turkey (7th, +155%), China (8th, +61% over five years), and South Korea (10th, +92%) advancing in the rankings.
Good news for T.I.M.E. Association Members, 31% of tertiary mobile students are enrolled in science, technology, engineering and mathematics – STEM) programmes. In the T.I.M.E. context, I am very happy to share that more than 800 students opted for a double degree with a T.I.M.E. Member, signaling the growing appeal of this academic path in the international landscape!
In a notable trend, more than 800 students opted for a Double Degree, exemplifying the growing appeal of this academic path in the international landscape. This signals a significant development in the preferences and choices of globally mobile students. The rise of Double Degrees underscores the increasing importance placed on a diverse and globally-oriented academic experience.