A new report from student.com and student housing advisory specialist BONARD suggests that the changes seen in 2020 may have longer term implications for the industry, with delayed booking and single-occupancy rooms amongst the main trends.

With international travel currently limited, the number of domestically mobile students is expected to grow and so is the overall number of students worldwide. While booking volume by international students has decreased across the board, the extent of decline has varied massively across destination countries.

Booking data from student.com suggests that Ireland (-11.74%), the UK (-29%) and Spain (-20%) have fared best, with Germany (-75%), the USA (-75%) and France (-73%) seeing the greatest drop in demand year-on-year.


You can continue reading this article originally published on Property EU (October 2020) at the following link.
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