30 janvier 2019

International students’ self-help book launched

By Anton Crace. A new book to support international students in Australia and help them achieve their post-study goals was launched at June’s CISA National Conference in Cairns. More...

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QLD Summit: Calls to harness diversity for a positive future

By Anton Crace. Harnessing diversity and ensuring that it has a net positive effect on international students and the broader community was the overarching theme of the event. More...

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Aus: Foreign influence laws pass with UA recommendations

By Anton Crace. Universities Australia has seen the bulk of its recommended amendments included in a bill to overhaul Australia’s foreign interference and espionage laws, in a move it hopes will alleviate concerns for international researchers and students. More...

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NZ industry “rebalances” as enrolments drop and value holds

By Anton Crace. The total number of international enrolments into New Zealand institutions has dipped, according to the latest stats from Education New Zealand. But while there were fewer enrolments, the economic impact remained steady. More...

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IDP signals ‘digital transformation’ with Cognizant

By Anton Crace. Student recruitment agency IDP Education has signed a deal with professional services tech-provider Cognizant to help it realise a company-wide “digital transformation”. More...

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Study Queensland launches new campaign

By Anton Crace. Trade and Investment Queensland has unveiled its new ‘Start Here. Go Anywhere’ campaign to reposition the state as the starting place for international students’ careers, while also rebranding its international education-focused operations. More...

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Interpersonal, international, intergalactic?: how HE will remain relevant in an era of AI

By Anton Crace. According to a popular statistic, 65% of children entering primary school today will work in roles that do not currently exist. With the fourth industrial revolution – and its rise of automation, artificial intelligence, and the jobs it will create, end or evolve – this statistic tries to convey that jobs and careers are changing so quickly that in half a generation, the landscape will be almost completely foreign to today. More...

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Growth “patchy” as Australian ELICOS continues improvement

By Anton Crace. Australia’s ELICOS sector has continued its modest growth for a fifth consecutive year, with the industry reaching several record high marks in 2017. But, while overall the sector grew, a gap between the haves and have-nots is beginning to widen. More...

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Beijing top edtech city – Navitas Ventures

By Anton Crace. Beijing is the world leader in supporting the edtech industry, according to a report on the maturity of 20 cities’ sectors, launched at the EdTech Asia Summit in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, the US’ Bay Area and New York closed out the top three. More...

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NZ uni launches indigenous exchange program

By Anton Crace. A new program to increase the number of indigenous students studying abroad and connect them with the cultures of the first nations of their host countries has been established in New Zealand. More...

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