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 US announces important changes for student visa policy

US announces important changes for student visa policy

Today we’re reporting on policy changes in the US that will affect international students going to the country in the coming year. These include a planned hike in...

 New Zealand launches new website for international students

New Zealand launches new website for international students

While New Zealand has pushed back its gradual border opening until at least February 2022 because of Omicron, international students hoping to pursue a New Zealand education can...

 ICEF Podcast: 2021: A year of resilience and innovation in international education

ICEF Podcast: 2021: A year of resilience and innovation in international education

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 some of the...

 Managing student payments from an agent’s perspective

Managing student payments from an agent’s perspective

This special feature is sponsored by Flywire. There is a story, famous in some circles, of an international student who once sent US$53,000 to an Ivy League institution...

 Have we reached the tipping point for technology-fuelled recruitment?

Have we reached the tipping point for technology-fuelled recruitment?

This special feature is sponsored by Salesforce. The fundamental characteristics of international student markets are well known to Monitor readers. Over the last two to three decades, overall...

 Year in review: What we learned in 2021

Year in review: What we learned in 2021

In a moment where we are all looking forward – to further recovery, border openings, and something “closer to normal” – we are first going to mark the turning...

 International students permitted to return to Malaysia if they adhere to strict rules

International students permitted to return to Malaysia if they adhere to strict rules

In Malaysia, international students already enrolled with Malaysian institutions from most countries are welcome to return to the country provided they follow an extensive series of rules. The...

 UK: Transnational education numbers continue to grow

UK: Transnational education numbers continue to grow

The latest data from Universities UK International (UUKi) shows continued growth in the number of foreign students enrolled in transnational education programmes (TNE) offered by British institutions. The...

Facts & Figures

UK universities grew by 12% last year and surpassed a total enrolment of 500,000 for the first time ever. Read more

Education agents refer 75% of Australia’s international students. Read more

45% of Indonesian high school students said they could go abroad for study only if a scholarship were available. Read more