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 German outbound for language study dipped in 2016

German outbound for language study dipped in 2016

Total language travel bookings for German students are estimated to have declined by 2% in 2016...

 Early reports of increased international yield for Canadian universities

Early reports of increased international yield for Canadian universities

Following on from previous reports of dramatic increases in international applications to Canadian universities this year, we are now seeing the first indications of corresponding growth in yield for...

 Finland resets on international recruitment

Finland resets on international recruitment

There are more than 20,000 foreign students in Finland currently, three-quarters of which come from non-EU countries...

 Australia off to a fast start in 2017

Australia off to a fast start in 2017

The number of student visas granted for study in Australia increased sharply in the first three months of 2017, rising nearly 22%...

 Top Asian institutions form new universities alliance

Top Asian institutions form new universities alliance

The Asian Universities Alliance (AUA) was launched in Beijing on 29 April with an initial membership of 15 universities from across the region and seed funding of US$1.5...

Enrolment in British independent schools down slightly this year

The annual census of the Independent Schools Council (ISC) finds a marginal drop in the enrolment of non-British pupils whose parents live overseas. The 2017 census indicates a...

Australia introduces additional reporting on agent performance

Australia’s Department of Education and Training (DET) has recently announced plans to produce new reports on the performance of international education agents referring students to Australian providers. The...

Vietnam: Regulatory change expected to spur international school enrolment

New regulations due to come into effect later this year are expected to trigger significant

New Zealand tightens work visa rules

Earlier this month, New Zealand Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse introduced a package of new rules that will tighten access to work visas for those hoping to stay and...

Malaysian government cools on study abroad but outbound still growing

The Malaysian government continues to send strong signals of its increasing emphasis on domestic provision...

Japan’s enrolment growth picking up steam

Foreign enrolment in Japan grew sharply again in 2016 to reach nearly 240,000 students. Nearly all students came from other Asian markets with China...

Brazil shutting down Science Without Borders

Brazil’s Ministry of Education has officially announced the end of the Science Without Borders...

Spain: Survey shows four-year growth trend for language enrolment

A survey of FEDELE-member schools in Spain reveals a four-year pattern of growth for enrolment in language programmes...

Italy announces 2017 PON funding for language studies

The Italian government has announced a new round of PON scholarship funding for 2017...

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...