A new report by the International Association for the Study of Modern European History (IASEG) claims that some universities in the world are not making enough of an effort to recruit international students.
According to the report, the number of international students has grown only in recent years and this is not happening on the whole continent.
“We see a lot of young people who are very keen to study here and there’s a perception that the universities are doing nothing for them,” Dr. João F. Silva, an associate professor of European history at the University of the Free State, told Al Jazeera.
“In my opinion, the problem is the lack of internationalisation.
The university doesn’t want to be perceived as being internationalist.
It wants to be seen as a neutral place where you study what you want, when you want.”
The study was based on data from 20 different universities in five countries: the United States, Italy, France, Spain and Germany.
It was done in conjunction with the Institute for International Education (IKE) and the University College London.
In the report published on Wednesday, the IASEG said that there are no significant differences between the academic quality of European universities.
“There are no international programmes, and it’s very important that the students are taught the language of the country they come from,” Silva said.
“When you study a language you need a language of that language.
The reason why you study the language you are studying, rather than what you are thinking about, is because you want to learn something that is not in your own language.”
The report also pointed out that the number and quality of students in Europe has not increased since the 1950s.
According the report’s authors, the increase in international students in the last few decades has not come from increased university funding.
Instead, the researchers found that funding for international student programmes has dropped from a high of approximately 3% of all funding in the mid-1970s to less than 1% today.
The report is the latest in a series of reports examining the impact of the global economic crisis on international students, and has led to a growing number of calls to end the practice of international scholarships.
In March 2017, a report by IKE and the International Research Association for Higher Education (IRAA) highlighted the lack, on a global scale, of research opportunities for students studying in other countries.
IRAA said that while it is true that universities are able to attract international students for their research, they also need to consider their research impact.
The IASEC report also said that research opportunities are being created on a small scale in countries like Italy, where the number one source of international student funding is from private sources.
“I think there is a perception of a lack of interest in these kinds of programmes,” Silva told Al