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International Students Pump Billions into British Economy, Yet Graduates Face Harsher Job Hunting Conditions than in the Netherlands

International students in London contribute almost €4 billon per year to the UK economy – 5 times more than what it costs to host them, a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the business lobby, London First, has revealed.

The report aims for the first time to quantify the economic costs and benefits of non-EU international students studying at universities in the British capital to both London and the UK economy as a whole. Yet, many of the students participating in the study says Britain’s immigration system has negatively affected their study experience there and the vast majority reported difficulties in securing a job in the UK after their studies.


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Kings Day 26th of April

Kings Day celebrates the birthday of the Dutch King of the Netherlands and is supposed to be a day of national unity and “togetherness” (Dutch: saamhorigheid). The tradition started on the 31st of August

1885, on the birthday of Princess Wilhelmina, later Queen Wilhelmina. Since 1949, after the accession of Queen Juliana, Queen's Day is Queen Juliana's birthday on April 30th. This year the Dutch celebrate Kings Day for the first time since King

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