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Market intelligence for international student recruitment from ICEF
28th Sep 2022

ICEF Podcast: US visa options for students and their families

In this episode of our continuing podcast series, ICEF’s Craig Riggs (editor of ICEF Monitor) and Martijn van de Veen (vice-president of business development) discuss the latest developments in our sector, with a focus on a new agent incentive scheme in Western Australia. They also look at the greater emphasis on affordability for students and families in planning for study abroad this year.

The duo are then joined for a feature discussion on settlement pathways for foreign graduates in the US by Bruna Canto, Managing Director for Latin America with FirstPathway Partners, and Tadeu Ferreira, a Partner with LeafLaw.

The episode concludes with a closer look at another key growth market in international education: Kuwait.

You can listen right now in the player below, and we encourage you to subscribe via your favourite podcast app in order to receive future episodes automatically.

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