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 What about the 20 million students who didn’t study abroad last year?

What about the 20 million students who didn’t study abroad last year?

Education technology has played a massive role in programme delivery since the start of the pandemic. And COVID has unquestionably amplified the scale and pace of adoption for...

 Coursera filing provides insights into revenue drivers for online learning

Coursera filing provides insights into revenue drivers for online learning

On 5 March 2021, leading MOOC platform Coursera submitted its IPO – initial public offering – filing with the US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC). The IPO now sets...

 New edtech startups aim to reinvent the online classroom

New edtech startups aim to reinvent the online classroom

The chaos of 2020 forced educators to quickly adopt video conferencing tools such as Zoom and Google Meet to teach their students remotely – but most of these...

 ICEF Exchange podcast: How agents are supporting students and parents during online studies

ICEF Exchange podcast: How agents are supporting students and parents during online studies

Our podcast series continues with a special episode on the role of agents in supporting online studies. The pandemic brought student migration to a standstill and shifted study...

 Demand for online learning and alternative credentials surges during COVID-19

Demand for online learning and alternative credentials surges during COVID-19

The societal and economic disruption caused by COVID-19 is accelerating a movement towards online education, skills-based training, and affordable credentials that take weeks or months to achieve rather...

ICEF Exchange podcast: What is the outlook for online learning in higher education?

Our podcast series continues today with a special discussion on the role for online learning in higher education. After a remarkable, global pivot to online learning and teaching...

Testing update for June 2020: Pearson, TOEFL, IELTS, iTEP, Cambridge, LanguageCert, Duolingo

While most language testing operations have been suspended during the pandemic, there have been a number of important developments over the past two months, including the introduction of...

Are students willing to begin degree studies online in September?

The “on-campus or online” question moved forward over the last couple of weeks with news that the University of Cambridge will deliver all lectures online until summer 2021,...

Canada extends flexible rules for post-graduate work permits through end of year

In a move that had been widely anticipated over the last month, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has announced that more flexible rules for student eligibility for...

Early lessons from moving ELT online: start with what makes your school special

In the early months of this year, a growing web of public health measures and international travel restrictions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic caused English language schools to...

Plans for return to campus still in flux

In a running tally conducted by the Chronicle of Higher Education, seven in ten US colleges say that they are planning to reopen their campuses for in-person instruction...

Introducing the ICEF Exchange podcast

Our new podcast, ICEF Exchange, launched today and we are very excited to share the first episode with you.  Like ICEF Monitor, ICEF Exchange is focused on sharing ideas, best...

The future of education is online, at least for now

As we approach the end of the second quarter of 2020, educators and recruiters are looking ahead to the rest of the year and wondering whether it holds...

With 9 in 10 students affected by COVID-19 closures, how is the shift to online going so far?

Most COVID-19-related statistics are distressing but some veer towards the simply astounding: “The pandemic has disrupted learning for 9 out of 10 students around the world (87%), according...

COVID-19: Social media engagement is up and so is interest in learning online

The COVID-19 pandemic has rocked businesses and economies all over the world and derailed the study plans of millions of students. But educators, agents, and students alike are...