09 juin 2015

North American universities ranked fifth in StudyPortals report

By Natalie Marsh. Universities in North America are ranked fifth in terms of how they best serve prospective international students, according to a recent StudyPortals report. More...

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Course search website aims to compete with biggest agents

By Natalie Marsh. A new course search website is expecting to disrupt the traditional agent market within a few years by becoming among the top agencies worldwide for student weeks in the English language sector. More...

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Study in Wales brand to promote Welsh HE

By Beckie Smith. Universities Wales, the country’s representative body for higher education, has partnered with British Council Wales, the Welsh government and the Visit Wales tourist board to launch a new brand to promote Welsh universities internationally. More...

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ICEF launches US Agent Training Course

By Beckie Smith. ICEF has launched a US Agent Training Course specifically designed to improve the quality of service delivered by education counsellors worldwide sending students to study in the US. More...

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More US, UK students wish to travel than study abroad, shows report

By Beckie Smith. A study of more than 7,000 US and UK students has revealed a high proportion of students who say they are not interested in study abroad would like to live or work overseas. More...

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Finland: non-EU student tuition fees back on table

By Beckie Smith. Finland’s new coalition government plans to introduce tuition fees for students from outside the EU and the European Economic Area at its universities, it announced last week. More...

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35,000 participants in 200 IIE programmes in 2014

By Beckie Smith. More than 35,000 participants benefitted from over 200 programmes run by the Institute for International Education in 2014. The number is expected to rise in 2015 due to IIE’s Generation Study Abroad initiative and new programmes funded by various sponsors, including a US$2.79m fellowship programme to place threatened artists in universities and arts centres around the world. More...

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Japan: desire to study abroad fuelled by domestic career ambitions

By Beckie Smith. More than two thirds of undergraduate students in Japan have some interest in studying abroad, new research has suggested. However, the study also showed that a far lower number want to work abroad after graduation, indicating a domestic orientation in terms of long-term career goals. More...

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L’impact économique de la vague numérique, ou bienvenue chez Schumpeter

Logo ParisTech ReviewTout comme la révolution numérique a bouleversé les industries créatives, elle vient chambouler l'enseignement supérieur, une « industrie » vieille de mille ans si l'on fait remonter sa naissance à la création de l'université de Bologne en 1088. Le numérique modifie en profondeur les équilibres économiques entre les différents acteurs, rendant certains modèles obsolètes, en faisant émerger d'autres, permettant des économies d'échelle d'un côté et représentant des coûts non négligeables de l’autre. Un exemple comme un autre de la création-destruction chère à Joseph Schumpeter. Voir l'article...

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US lags in responsiveness to prospective international students

By . A new report shows America behind Scandinavian countries, the UK, Australia, and parts of Europe.
Close to one million international students study in the United States  more than any other country in the world, according to data from the Institute for International Education. But they only make up about 4% of the entire postsecondary student body in the U.S. More...

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