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Continued growth for online enrolment in US

For nearly a decade now, the Babson Survey Research Group has been tracking online enrolment in the US as part of a broader annual study...

Many Chinese students could pay U.S. college costs but lack the language skills, survey finds

Chinese students seeking to study in the United States have the money to do so but may lack the English-language skills, a survey of 18,000...

oz-education-remains-a-major-export-sectorAustralia down last year but education remains a major export sector

PIER Online has flagged a couple of interesting bits of analysis based on new statistics from the Australian government. First, Australia Education International has crunched...

Record-high enrolment in US this year

The Institute for International Education’s new Open Doors report reveals that the number of international students at US colleges and universities has topped 720,000 this...

France: Foreign student rules a threat to image

Nine out of 10 past, present and future students from abroad would recommend France as a study destination, according to new research carried out before...

Netherlands: Calls for quotas for foreign students

A 54% increase in foreign students in Dutch higher education over the past four years has prompted calls from political parties on the right and...

New US international graduate enrolment surges 8%

A new Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) survey on international graduate admissions trends has found fall 2011 international first-time graduate student enrolment grew 8%, driven...

Indian demand for education reflected in soaring student loan values

As demand for higher education expands throughout India’s massive middle class, so is the need for increased financing. Student loan values are growing at rates...

Australian postgraduate applications up sharply in September

A serious rebound in international applications provides some evidence that the Australian government’s drive to encourage higher level study may be having an impact. PIER...

UK universities group releases report on enrolment trends

Universities UK has released a detailed report–Patterns and trends in UK higher education–that provides some valuable insights into domestic and international enrolment in the UK....

Inbound UK youth, student and educational travel is worth over £20 billion to the UK economy per annum

The British Educational Travel Association (BETA) have just published the findings of their study into the volume and value of the inbound UK youth, student...

Australia: Doors open to foreign students

Australia’s 39 universities are preparing for a brand new day in 2012: not only will government quotas on the number of local students they enrol...

Australia sets out plan to liberalise visas for foreign students

The government of Australia has announced plans for a sweeping liberalisation of the country’s visa programme for international students after a major decline in university...

U.S. Colleges seek greater diversity in foreign-student enrollment

With students from China, South Korea, and India often dominating the pool of foreign undergraduate applicants, colleges say they want to recruit more from other...

Germany: Hamburg to scrap tuition fees

The City of Hamburg plans to do away with tuition fees as of the 2012 winter semester. This would leave Germany with just two of...

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