Shorelight helps international students attend top universities in the U.S.
Shorelight helps international students attend top universities in the U.S.

This site used cookies to offer you a better experience. By continuing to use this site, you consent to the use of cookies.

Skip to content

Compare National Vaccination Rates and Travel Policies at a Glance

COVID-19
campus life
By Shorelight Team
Published on June 21, 2021

The experts at U.S. News Global Education compared conditions in Australia, Canada, the UK, and the US so you can make an educated decision about your study plans this fall.

A series of flags from around the world fly side by side against a blue sky

The vaccine distribution program in the US has produced extraordinary results: As of mid-June, more than 60% of the eligible population (individuals 12 years and older) have been fully vaccinated (which translates to more than 52% of the total population). US consular operations are now resuming across the globe and all international students will be able to enter the country on and after August 1 to begin their degree programs this fall.

But how does this compare to efforts in other countries to get their populations vaccinated and universities reopened? The experts at U.S. News Global Education compared conditions in Australia, Canada, the UK and the US, so you can make an informed decision about your study plans.

Compare countries and learn more on the U.S. News Global Education website.