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international-students-new-zealandNew data shows New Zealand increasingly attractive to international students

New Zealand, with a population of just 4.4 million, may be best known for its wine, sheep and spectacular scenery, but as highlighted recently by...

canadian-universities-attract-brazilian-studentsCanadian universities bridge foreign student tuition gap to attract thousands of Brazilian students

Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper recently reported that thousands of Brazilian students will fill the halls of Canadian universities over the next four school years...

private-higher-education-russiaThe development of private higher education in Russia

As we head towards this year’s ICEF Moscow Workshop, we examine the role of private universities in Russia, students’ attitudes, and what the future holds...

Study projects slower growth in higher education enrolment

The British Council previewed findings this week from a forthcoming report that forecasts the global higher education landscape through 2020. The study, The Shape of...

Three-year degree programmes in USA rising in popularity

The rising cost of college tuition and the impact of the economic downturn has sparked a new trend in the US, with more and more...

New AIEA survey points to growing US interest in India

New survey results presented at the annual conference of the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) reflect the growing interest among American educators in recruiting...

Indian enrolments soar in Germany

Indian students are increasingly turning to less popular destinations like Germany, for higher education. German campuses attracted 24% more Indian students in 2010-2011 compared to...

US business schools losing market share

A report released this week by the Graduate Management Admission Council reveals that business schools in the United States lost market share again in 2011....

More than 43,000 American students pursue degrees abroad, survey finds

More than 43,000 American students are pursuing degrees in other countries, according to a new report by the Institute of International Education. The survey, which...

A British education please, but not necessarily in Britain

According to the UK’s Higher Education Statistics Agency, the number of people studying overseas for a complete British higher education qualification increased by a significant...

A new approach to education in South Korea

Despite international accolades for its education system, South Korea is moving away from the hallmarks of this system—such as memorisation, a reliance on private schools,...

Measuring demand and study options for Indian students

A recent item from BBC News points to the massive gap between demand and supply for higher education in India and provides a broad sketch...

Australia 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...

Global survey finds that nearly 90% of agents expect to place more students this year

The results are in from the 2011 i-graduate ICEF Agent Barometer Survey, and as usual, they offer indispensable insights for stakeholders in international education. Fully...

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...

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...

Are US universities getting more cautious about offshore campuses?

The past decade has seen considerable interest among American colleges in opening satellite campuses offshore. But the realities on the ground, along with some high-profile...

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...

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