21 janvier 2019

Wall Street English expands in Thailand

By Viggo Stacey. Wall Street English Thailand is seeking to treble its revenue by 2023 by doubling the number of branches in the country. More...

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Stanford suspends Russian study abroad

By Viggo Stacey. Stanford University has suspended its undergraduate programs to Russia following a level three travel advisory from the US Department of State. More...

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EC Malta celebrates 15 year partnership

By Viggo Stacey. Maltese English-language provider EC English Language Centres and Japan’s Kindai High School have celebrated 15 years of partnership  – with the president of Malta lending her hand to make it a memorable anniversary. More...

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Turkish agency Atlas looks to expand markets

By Viggo Stacey. At the joint Atlas-Edcon Conference in Istanbul in January, Turkish education agents and consultants heard an assessment of the industry in 2017 and details about planned projects for 2018. Atlas and its partners explained that they were confident for 2018. More...

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UK: health surcharge doubled, non-EU students to pay more for care

By Viggo Stacey. International students from outside the European Economic Area will have to pay twice as much for health care in the UK, under new government plans to increase a health surcharge. More...

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Germany: FDSV widens membership

By Viggo Stacey. German agency association, FDSV, is opening up its membership to include German language travel operators who offer courses in Germany. More...

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UK: ELT sector protests against migration policy

By Viggo Stacey. Students, business leaders, academics and politicians opposing the UK government’s policy of including international students in migration figures joined a demonstration organised by pro-London lobby group, London First, and English UK. More...

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JAOS claims mobility figures still inaccurate

By Viggo Stacey. More than 200,000 Japanese people studied abroad in 2016, according to the Japanese Association of Overseas Studies, a far higher figure than government figures suggest. More...

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AMBA celebrates with annual awards

By Viggo Stacey. The Association of MBAs presented four awards to AMBA-accredited schools and their students at its annual Gala Dinner in London in February. More...

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Int’l students boost housing investment

By Viggo Stacey. Investment in student housing in the UK is expected to increase in 2018 with international students playing a pivotal role, a new report suggests. But there is concern that the industry is oversupplying the wrong type of accommodation. More...

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