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17th Jan 2024

ICEF Podcast: How growth and sustainable development goals can co-exist in international education

Listen in as ICEF’s Craig Riggs and Martijn van de Veen begin this month by exploring some important government policy shifts affecting international students in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

The episode also features a discussion on the increasing emphasis on sustainability and climate action in international education, with special guests Sarah Mines, founding member of the Alethea Global Cooperative, and Stephen Robinson, the director of Champlain College's Dublin campus.

We conclude the episode with a closer look at South Korea as the latest stop for our “Keys to the Market” segment.

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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