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International Student Interest Dashboard

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Insights in the origins and interests of students looking to study abroad

Are you a higher education professional who is curious towards the market trends in international higher education? We are proud to present our International Student Interest Dashboard concerning the traffic on BachelorsPortal and MastersPortal between January 2016 and December 2016. 

Our dashboard allows you to explore:

  • The top countries of origin of your (prospective) students
  • The relative supply and demand of programmes in your disciplines of interest

You can filter the data for Bachelors or Masters, specific destination regions, disciplines or countries of origin. 

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Learn from StudyPortals’ 23 million student visitors

The dashboard is based on the visitor traffic that StudyPortals' websites receive. 

As of May 2017 more than 23 million different visitors per year of 240 nationalities look at more than 156,000 programmes at 2,400 universities worldwide. This browsing data  has proven to be an accurate reflection and projection of the market for higher education, especially for European countries of destination. 

The free International Student Interest Dashboard covers generic disciplines and countries. In addition, StudyPortals can use this data, plus external sources, to develop customised live (e.g. updated once per week or month) dashboards to provide you with the specific insights that you need for your institution. 

For more information on our dashboards, send us an email at  Consulting@StudyPortals.com. We would also gladly schedule a call to speak to you in person. 


"We have worked with StudyPortals for several years to promote our master’s programmes through mastersportals.eu. [..] Most recently we have also commissioned a benchmarking study from Studyportals regarding the imminent introduction of tuition fees for non-EU students on our programmes. The benchmark and recommendations both with regards to the setting of the fees and introducing a scholarship system was a great support going forward with the process. Furthermore, the recommendations regarding the scholarship system were also very useful when planning the implementation. Studyportals have always been very generous in sharing their extensive knowledge of the higher education market. In combination with their extensive data deducted from their portal, I’m confident they can support most institutions both with insight ...."

Hanna Donner,
Head of Marketing
Hanken Business School

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