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From the field: Recruiting in the Internet age

The Internet has changed everything in terms of international student recruitment. For agents, digital has represented both an opportunity and a threat, as Laurent Pasquet,...

France launches new international recruitment strategy

The strategy emphasises a streamlining of visa processing, strengthening of student services, and expanded investment...

Another year of growth for France

The latest enrolment figures reveal that France hosted nearly 325,000 visiting students in 2016/17...

From the field: An agent’s perspective on recruiting in France

The junior language travel market – that is, programmes for those aged 18 and under – has been one of the industry’s most dynamic segments for some...

Growing openness to online programmes among parents

A new global survey of parents with school or college-aged children finds a strong interest in study abroad...

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

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

Growth in France but market share still slipping

International enrolment in France grew again last year, with a year-over-year increase of 3.6% that saw the country hosting 309,642 foreign students in 2015/16. This...

New study highlights shifting patterns of African student mobility

Drawing on 2013 UNESCO data as well as updated figures from the French government, a new Campus France study provides an overview of African student...

Canada’s international student enrolment up 8%

Canada became the latest major study destination to report on international enrolment trends this week with the release of the annual A World of Learning...

French government calls for new strategy for transnational education

France is lagging behind in transnational education and needs a new national strategy to expand its market share of higher education programming abroad. This is...

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