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Thursday, 13 April 2017

Thirty-two percent fall in Israelis studying in Britain

Thirty-two percent fall in Israelis studying in Britain
- The figures from the Higher Education Statistics Authority show the biggest fall has taken place since 2010-11 when there were still 595 students. Among first year students, the numbers dropped from 260 to 200 over that eight-year period.
The pattern emerged amid concern about anti-Israel protests on campus and cases of Israeli speakers being prevented from speaking. UK Ambassador David Quarrey acknowledged that some Israelis are “probably deterred” from coming to the UK to study by much-publicised incidents.