Migration Advisory Committee Science budget and Industrial Strategy inquiry call for evidence on International students: economic and social impacts

View the consultation here.

Read the EPC’s response here.


This call for evidence ran from October 2017 to January 2018. This call for evidence sets out how the MAC will approach responding to this commission and how stakeholders can be involved in this process. It identifies the evidence that the MAC would find most helpful to receive.

The briefing paper provides some preliminary analysis of international students in the UK to accompany the call for evidence. It does not make any policy recommendations. As with all our briefing notes, we welcome comments and feedback on any of the issues raised, as well as responses to the wider call for evidence.

MAC sought to attain views and evidence from anyone with relevant knowledge, expertise or experience to help inform the MAC response to its commission.

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