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Global investment in student housing reaches new heights

The availability of suitable student housing looms large for many study destinations. The sector is now drawing significant...

BRIC economies return to growth in 2017

It has been a rocky few years for some of the world’s largest emerging economies. An overall weakness in commodity markets – notably the drop in...

New report maps student expectations for language study

A survey of nearly 5,000 current and former language students finds very high levels of student satisfaction and expectations...

Specialised camps are raising the bar for junior programmes

The junior segment is big business for leading ELT (English-language training) destinations and an increasingly important growth segment in a global market where overall year-over-year...

The growing importance of the two-year college recruitment channel in the US

There are now more than 95,000 international students enrolled in two-year colleges in the US...

Australian education exports approaching AUS$29 billion
US federal court issues injunction against latest travel ban
Could Kenya become a growth market for outbound mobility?
Intense job competition spurring demand for graduate degrees in Malaysia
Thailand’s growing supply-demand gap in higher education
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From the field: Affordability shaping Kenyan outbound trends

Kenya is one of those markets that is sometimes hard...

Indonesia prepared to welcome foreign universities
From the field: The factors driving growth in Bangladeshi outbound
From the field: The rapid expansion of English-taught programmes in Turkey
New Zealand: Updated visa rejection rates will influence English requirements for 2018
From the Field: Recruiting in Sri Lanka
From the Field: South African ELT rebounding this year
From the field: Exploring undergraduate recruitment opportunities in India

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Leading MOOC provider announces full degree programmes

Coursera, the world’s largest MOOC platform by enrolment, has announced that it will launch six new degree programmes...

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Online learning still expected to pressure traditional higher education models
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Dubai

Enrolments at private schools in Dubai have grown by nearly 90% within the past decade, and total student numbers are projected to reach nearly 500,000 by 2026. Read more

South Africa

South Africa’s ELT sector began to recover in 2016. Student numbers increased by 19%, and student weeks by 20%. Read more

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Worldwide MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) enrolment grew by nearly two-thirds in 2016 to reach 58 million students. Read more

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International studen enrolments in Australia grew by 14%, Year-to-date May 2017. Read more

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Russia aims to increase international enrolment to more than 700,000 students by 2025. Read more

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97.4% of foreign students in the UK leave the country before their visa expires. Read more

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Top five sending markets for Canadian language programmes in 2016: Japan, Brazil, China, South Korea, and Mexico. Read more

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The number of college-aged students in China is projected to decline by 40% between 2010 and 2025. Read more

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