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Canadian universities reporting a bump in applications for 2017

Official national statistics have yet to be announced for 2016 - and won’t...

Irish-ELTFurther growth for Irish ELT in 2016

Ireland is well on its way to meeting some ambitious growth goals for 2020. A new national strategy released in October 2016 set out targets for...

The millennial shift to simple, authentic, and inspiring

Youth research firm Voxburner is out this month with its annual Youth Trends Report...

New report maps foreign graduate outcomes in New Zealand

For most international students, employment-related goals – the chance for new career opportunities or for advancement in their current career path – are the primary motivations for...

Malta ELT up slightly in 2016

An annual data release from Malta’s National Statistics Office (NSO) shows that student arrivals for English Language Teaching (ELT) programmes increased slightly in 2016. Malta...

Japan’s employment outlook helping to drive foreign enrolment growth

For some time now, Japan has held to an ambitious goal to host 300,000 foreign students by 2020. It looked for a number of years,...

Four in ten US colleges reporting a drop in applications for fall 2017

A recent survey of US colleges finds that 39% are reporting declining volumes of international student...

Is fear of unqualified leads holding back your school website?

The following is a guest post from Crystal Marketing, a digital marketing agency with offices in Singapore and the Netherlands. An earlier version was originally...

UK: Higher education holding; poised for growth in ELT

Foreign enrolment in British higher education has been essentially flat for the last couple of years. Meanwhile, student weeks in English Language Teaching (ELT) programmes...

Are you receiving me? Leading destinations aim to send more students abroad

A number of major study destinations have launched national initiatives to expand...

South Africa remains an important regional hub for education

While the number of foreign students hosted has declined in recent years...

Foreign enrolment surging in China

China has long been the world’s most important sending market for international students. Indeed, burgeoning Chinese enrolments have driven much of the growth in international...

Survey finds travel ban influencing agents’ view of US

In a January 2017 interview with Times Higher Education Institute of International Education President Allan Goodman downplayed the hot political rhetoric of the US presidential...

US: New travel ban the latest change in immigration policy

The early months of Donald Trump’s presidency have been marked by a number of notable immigration developments, particularly a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries that...

Five for Friday

An occasional round-up of some of the more eye-catching and varied items that we’ve been reading lately, including the latest in digital trends, the keys...

Canada: Optimistic outlook for foreign enrolment in 2017

Official figures for 2016 won’t be available until later this year but attendees at the annual Languages Canada conference, held this week in Quebec City,...

Cultural experience the big driver of study abroad for Generation Z

A new study from AFS Intercultural Programs provides some fresh insights into the perspective of younger millennials on study abroad. Mapping Generation Z: Attitudes Toward International...

Bangladesh: Middle class growth helping to drive demand for study abroad

South Asia – Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka – is home to about 25% of the world’s population. Perhaps somewhat overshadowed by its larger neighbours,...

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