31 janvier 2019

Limited tertiary ed access creating “lost generation” of refugees

By Anton Crace. Extremely low levels of refugees entering tertiary education could lead to a “lost generation” delegates at the recent Going Global conference in Kuala Lumpur were told. More...

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Chinese students in “virtual kidnapping” scam

By Anton Crace. Chinese international students globally are being targeted in a new, two-way scam, with authorities issuing warnings for their student populations to remain vigilant. More...

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NEAS 2018: Teachers “the future” in education disruption

By Anton Crace. Education disruption through technology will increase the importance of teachers rather than replace them, delegates at the recent NEAS conference were told. But while in-person learning will remain relevant, the industry must be prepared for significant changes to its business model. More...

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Aus: Probitas Quad tackles student vetting

By Anton Crace. Probitas Quad, a new service which aims to digitise and automate the student vetting process, has launched in Australia in a bid to assist providers when verifying international student applications. More...

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ASQA to assess partners in applications

By Anton Crace. The Australian Skills Quality Authority will assess an institution’s partners when considering new applications for registered training organisations, in a move that has left some questioning the timing of the decision and accusing the regulator of having an adversarial approach. More...

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New Zealand: international education is key to diplomacy

By Anton Crace. New Zealand’s ability to attract students from around the world and incorporate them into society is a crucial component to the country’s ongoing ability to achieve its objectives, according to a new report from Education New Zealand. More...

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NZ: GES to print 1.6 million books for China

By Anton Crace. New Zealand education publisher Global Education Systems has secured Australasia’s largest-ever print run for an education provider, after penning a deal with Foreign Language Teaching Research Publishing to print more than 1.63 million books in China. More...

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JAOS signs MoU with English Malaysia

By Anton Crace. English Malaysia and the Japanese Association of Overseas Studies have signed a memorandum of understanding to promote language opportunities and increase the number of Japanese students considering a Malaysian education. More...

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EduGrowth expands sector base, targets Asia

By Anton Crace. Australia’s EduGrowth will explore opportunities outside of the higher education sector and begin to turn its focus towards the Asian region, according to its 2017 annual report. More...

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ASEAN international education growth lies in-country

By Anton Crace. The dialogue, which focussed on Australia’s relationship with ASEAN – Australia is only part of the ASEAN+Six Economic Partnership – also explored how education could lead to broader economic benefits. More...

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