08 février 2019

UK Universities minister backs UUK’s call for post-study work visa

By Kerrie Kennedy. The call comes as a new poll from research consultancy ComRes revealed an increase in support for international students and graduates in the UK. More...

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Irish Homestay Network launched in Dublin

By Kerrie Kennedy. Ireland has become the third country to take advantage of MyStay International’s quality-based standards for international student accommodation with the launch of the new Irish Homestay Network. More...

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Int’l students’ room shortage in Netherlands hit by soaring rents

By Kerrie Kennedy. International students in Groningen are experiencing such difficulty in finding housing that university staff are being asked to temporarily provide rooms in their own home, at a time when the national housing shortage has driven average student rent in the Netherlands above €400 per month. Students in the capital can add at least another €150 to that price. More...

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UK Parliament hears second round of evidence on int’l students

By Kerrie Kennedy. The All Party Parliamentary Group for International Students has held its second day of oral evidence sessions for its inquiry into how the UK can build a sustainable future for international students, hearing from education stakeholders, lawmakers and business representatives from across the country. More...

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UKVI to roll out digital Tier-4 Visa process

By Kerrie Kennedy. The UK Visas and Immigration department is trialling a digital Tier 4 visa service whereby international students within the UK will no longer have to leave their passport with a visa issuing office and risk the potential loss of sensitive documents. More...

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Immersion program ‘MyStay English’ launched

By Kerrie Kennedy. A new approach to English immersion that is expected to increase the numbers of international students travelling for their English education has been launched in London. More...

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Malvern to offer ‘Forest School ethos’ in China

By Kerrie Kennedy. A ‘Forest School’ ethos and robots in the classroom will mark out Malvern Colleges’ newest campus in Chengdu, which will also be the first British school in China to teach all lessons outdoors for one day a week. More...

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International tertiary numbers up 200% in two decades – OECD

By Kerrie Kennedy. The number of international students in higher education programs worldwide has more than doubled in less than two decades – rising from two million in 1998 to five million in 2016 – with a strong focus on STEM and doctoral programs, according to OECD’s latest Education at a Glance report. More...

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Kent College to open school in Hong Kong

By Kerrie Kennedy. Canterbury’s Kent College is to open a new school in Hong Kong in 2020 to boost the international reputation of the school. It will be the second overseas school for Kent College after Kent College Dubai opened in 2016. More...

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BSC opens school in Kyrgyzstan capital

By Kerrie Kennedy. British Study Centres has opened a school in Kyrgyzstan in a step towards satisfying the demand for high-quality English Language Training in the capital Bishkek. More...

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