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canadian-language-programmes-register-modest-growth-2016Canadian language programmes register modest growth in 2016

The annual Languages Canada survey finds marginal year-over-year growth among the association’s 222 member programmes for 2016. Members reported total enrolment of 135,425 students for...

slowing-growth-foreign-secondary-enrolment-carries-implications-us-recruitersSlowing growth in foreign secondary enrolment carries important implications for US recruiters

A new report from the Institute of International Education (IIE) highlights that the number of international secondary students in the US more than tripled between...

us-university-business-officers-anticipate-financial-challenges-aheadUS: Most university business officers anticipate financial challenges ahead

A new survey released by Inside Higher Ed finds that 71% of chief business officers (CBOs) agree that US higher education is in the midst...

Canadian universities shifting focus to managing growth for 2017/18

As September approaches, along with the start of the 2017/18 academic year, administrators at Canadian universities are dealing with the happy problem of managing growth...

Growing openness to online programmes among parents

The HSBC’s Value of Education series has proven to be an interesting window into how parents look at study abroad. The latest edition, and the fourth...

Mapping the trends that will shape international student mobility

A new report reviews ten trends that are expected to have a significant effect on global demand for higher education...

US institutions reporting variable declines in admissions yield for fall 2017

A recent survey finds an overall 2% decline in international undergraduate admissions yield for US institutions in 2017/18...

Internationalisation and focus on student recruitment increasing among US colleges

A new tracking study of internationalisation within US colleges finds a growing emphasis on international...

Measuring the cost of living in major study cities

A global tracking study finds that student accommodation costs are highest in major US, UK, and Australian destinations...

Survey finds high degree of student satisfaction with education agents

A survey of US-bound university students finds that roughly 23% worked with agents, and that those agents...

US ELT enrolment down sharply in 2016

The latest survey of Intensive English Programmes in the US finds that student numbers declined 19% in 2016...

New study explores US educators’ views on pathway partnerships

In 2016, NAFSA released the initial findings of a two-phase research effort designed to map third-party pathway partnerships in the US. And now, with further...

Online enrolment in US continues to grow

The total number of students on US college campuses dropped by nearly one million between 2012 and 2015...

Early reports of increased international yield for Canadian universities

Following on from previous reports of dramatic increases in international applications to Canadian universities this year, we are now seeing the first indications of corresponding growth...

Survey finds prospective students put the emphasis on welcome and teaching quality

A survey of 62,000 prospective international students finds that the degree to which a study destination...

US administration orders H-1B visa reforms

Following months of speculation around the future of the United States’ H-1B visa programme, the US administration formally announced plans yesterday to reform this key...

Measuring up: Global market share and national targets in international education

Within an overall context of significant growth, the share of internationally mobile students...

Canadian universities reporting a bump in applications for 2017

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

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