Strong global growth projected for private K-12, but variable by market

A new report affirms the remarkable growth in private K-12 education worldwide, particularly through the rapid expansion of international schools as well as English-medium private...

Exploring international student expectations of study in the US

In May 2016, World Education Services (WES) conducted a survey of nearly 5,000 current and former international students in US higher education institutions. The results...

New minister signals change for Russian higher education

Russia has a new Minister of Education and Science and she sees change ahead for the country’s universities. Appointed to the post in August, Olga...

British government confirms funding and fees for EU students

UK Universities Minister Jo Johnson announced on 11 October that European Union students applying to begin studies at an English university for the 2017/18 academic year...

Comparing the costs of study for leading city destinations

In the course of examining world markets for student housing and housing investment, global real estate services firm Savills has arrived at an interesting analysis...

The employability challenge in Sub-Saharan Africa
UK Home Secretary signals a two-tiered visa system
NACAC amends guidance regarding education agents
New Irish strategy sets ambitious goals for 2020
Australia reduces planned tax increase for working holiday makers
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NACAC amends guidance regarding education agents

In 2013, the National Association for College Admission Counselling (NACAC)...

Vietnam removes agency certification requirements
From the field: An agent’s view of recruiting in Pakistan
Keys to the market: Turkey
A regional perspective on student recruitment in MENA
Canada eases visa requirements for Mexico
A corporate approach to managing risk in international recruitment
UK ELT student weeks down 13% in 2015


Opening the door to new learning models

This article is adapted and reprinted with permission from Beyond...

Mapping technological change in higher education through 2020
MOOC enrolment surpassed 35 million in 2015
Private partners helping to drive growth of US higher education online
How do students benefit from MOOCs?
Investments in education technology reaching new highs in 2015
Blended learning moving to centre stage in higher education
The promise and challenge of technology in language learning

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International English language students contributed €278.3 million to the Irish economy in 2015 through student fees, accommodation, and travel. Read more


70-80% of Chinese students return home after education abroad. Read more


There are 100+ million foreign speakers and learners of Mandarin worldwide. (Xinhuanet)    


International studen enrolments in Australia grew by 11.6%, Year-to-date April 2016. Read more


Over 1 million Peruvian students have switched from public to private schools since 2004. (Peru this Week)

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78% of American admission officers say social media has changed the way they recruit. (Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts)


The top destinations for Vietnamese studying abroad in 2015 were Japan, US, Australia, China, and India. Read more


In the 2013/14 academic year, 30,000 Kenyan students went abroad for their university education. (Standard Digital)

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