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Russia aims to triple international enrolment by 2025

A new recruitment strategy seeks to grow Russia’s international enrolment to more than 700,000 students by 2025...

Measuring the cost of living in major study cities

A global tracking study finds that student accommodation costs are highest in major US, UK, and Australian destinations...

China cuts undergraduate student quota for Taiwan

A cooling political climate between China and Taiwan has seen significant reductions in air travel and non-degree...

Online learning still expected to pressure traditional higher education models

Enrolment in online education continues to grow, to the point that, in spite of little visible ...

Foreign enrolment in Dutch universities doubled over past decade

Foreign enrolment in the Netherlands reached a record high in 2016/17. The country now hosts more than 112,000 international students, nearly three-quarters of which (81,392) are engaged in...

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

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

Are you receiving me? Leading destinations aim to send more students abroad

A number of major study destinations have launched national initiatives to expand...

South Africa remains an important regional hub for education

While the number of foreign students hosted has declined in recent years...

Foreign enrolment surging in China

China has long been the world’s most important sending market for international students. Indeed, burgeoning Chinese enrolments have driven much of the growth in international student numbers for...

Bangladesh: Middle class growth helping to drive demand for study abroad

South Asia – Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka – is home to about 25% of the world’s population. Perhaps somewhat overshadowed by its larger neighbours, Bangladesh nevertheless has...

Institutional websites remain a key element of online recruiting

Over the last two or three years, we have come to understand more of how prospective students use different online channels to seek out and select overseas study...

EU applications to UK higher education down 7% for 2017

Earlier this month, higher education delegates to the British Parliament’s Exiting the European Union Committee provided further evidence of declining volumes of admissions applications from EU students. Speaking to...

Looking back on 2016: The year in review

2017 is just around the corner, and, just before we usher it in, we are pleased to present our fourth annual review of the year past. The following...

China moving to expand student recruitment in Southeast Asia

China is the latest major study destination to signal its growing interest in burgeoning international student markets in Southeast Asia. The Indonesian news agency Antara reported recently that...

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 mobility. La mobilité...

Annual ranking says Europe still leads on English proficiency

The 6th annual EF English Proficiency Index (EPI) was released yesterday, and, as always, it provides a fascinating window into levels of English proficiency in regions and countries around...

Taiwan aims to double international student numbers by 2019

Taiwan has announced plans to increase its international student numbers by 30,000 with a goal to host 58,000 foreign students by 2019. This will more than double the...

Destination marketing organisations adding new partnerships and resources for international student recruitment

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) points out that international travel has skyrocketed over the last 50 years or so. In the mid-1950s, there were 25 million international arrivals...

Four megatrends that are changing the competitive landscape of international education

Slowing growth, a booming middle class, shifting destination market share, and new regional study destinations are helping to set a new competitive dynamic in international education. 1. Slower...

Comparing the costs of study for leading city destinations

In the course of examining world markets for student housing and housing investment, global real estate services firm Savills has arrived at an interesting analysis of relative cost...