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LSE - Working in partnership to improve international student integration and experience


The London school of Economics and Political Science, have now published their final report looking into Working in partnership to improve international student integration and experience.


The research from Office for Students, UKCISA and Department for Education offers advice on changes for higher education institutions to consider, to improve international student integration and experience.


The key focuses of the report are

  • Accessibility and effectiveness of well-being and support services

  • How responding to Covid-19 has shaped practice in supporting international students

  • Work done to prevent and tackle harassment and sexual misconduct (HSM).

At ProtectED we have a whole section that specifically looks at the support that institutions should be giving their international students, from pre arrival to support during the term breaks. We cover everything that the report has suggested so it is great to know our Founder Member universities will be ahead of the curve on this.


If you want to make sure you are giving your international and domestic students the best support on everything from mental health to sexual misconduct, then please get in touch. To see the full report by the London school of Economics and Political Science take a look here.

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