13 juillet 2016

Education central to Indo-US trade growth agenda

By Sara Custer. Indian market entry specialist Sannam S4 has opened the first US office to serve the high calibre US Business Centers initiative, which brings together heavy hitters in US and Indian industry as well as senior government representatives to deepen Indo-US trade and education relations. More...

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Finances, quality, outcomes could stymie UK TNE growth

By Sara Custer. Overseas partnerships for UK institutions are on the rise but there is a risk that inadequate quality assurance, low TNE student outcomes and financial inexperience could choke growth. More...

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US tops global soft power ranking

By Sara Custer. A ranking of global soft power produced by Facebook and global PR/comms agency, Portland Communications, has placed the US at the top of the table because of its strength in higher education, cultural production and technological innovation – areas in which the report says it stands “head and shoulders above the rest of the world”. More...

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FEDELE overhauls branding with new website, logo

By Sara Custer. “Spanish in Spain” or “Español en España” reads the new branding unveiled by Spanish language school association, FEDELE, this week alongside a website redesign. More...

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Germany set to overtake UK as top European study spot, report predicts

By Sara Custer. Within the next five years, Germany could overtake the UK as Europe’s most popular study destination, in part driven by growing demand in India– now the fastest growing international student source country. More...

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ILSC launches Melbourne campus

By Sara Custer. ILSC Education Group has launched its third Australian language school located in Melbourne. The centre began trading this week, offering English courses initially to students on visitor and working holiday visas. More...

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Brazil’s agency survey shows study travel slouch

By Sara Custer. Brazil’s flailing economy has hit the study travel sector from several angles creating a tough trading climate that shows few signs of improving. More...

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UK: 8% slide in ELT enrolments as global market contracts

By Sara Custer. The UK’s ELT sector has shrunk for the second year in a row as both adult and junior enrolments dropped for the first time and lengths of stay diminished. Figures compiled by StudentMarketing on behalf of English UK show the country hosted 42,000 fewer students in 2015, 8% less than the previous year, who stayed 300,384 fewer student weeks, a 13% drop. More...

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Students link response time to teaching quality

By Sara Custer. The time it takes a university to respond to emails and enquires from international students affects how they view the institution’s overall teaching quality, according to a recent survey of more than 40,000 prospective students. More...

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Brexit could make UK less attractive study destination, student survey shows

By Sara Custer. A survey of prospective international students has revealed that almost half would be less interested in studying in the UK if it were to leave the European Union. More...

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