05 décembre 2019

Yalea-Linguland deal collapse reveals agency’s debts

By Patrick Atack. Swiss education agency Yalea has ceased operations, leaving debts to language school partners unpaid according to multiple industry sources, with German agency Linguland which it acquired less than five months ago continuing to operate independently. More...

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International students fall short at Oscars

By Patrick Atack. At least two international students were involved in several films nominated for the Oscars, but neither came away with the famous prize this year. More...

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Middle East suppliers show opens in Dubai

By Patrick Atack. International educational suppliers from at least 14 nations will exhibit wares in Dubai between February 26-28, in what organisers and businesses have said is a sign of confidence in the Gulf and Middle East markets. More...

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U of California advice on China mocked

By Patrick Atack. The University of California system has caused puzzlement across Chinese social media, after sending a warning to students and staff not to use popular messaging apps or post politically sensitive messages online while undertaking periods of study in China. More...

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U21 international award winners announced

By Patrick Atack. The U21 Award, which recognises innovation in international HE within the U21 network of global research HEIs, has been awarded to both John Spinks of the University of Hong Kong and Kazuo Kuroda of Waseda University, Japan. More...

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UK minister confirms new int’l strategy

By Patrick Atack. Damian Hinds, the UK government’s education minister, confirmed at the Education World Forum in London that he is working “across government” to solidify a new strategy on international education. More...

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Edtech’s potential not fulfilled yet, says OECD

By Patrick Atack. The new edition of the OECD’s Trends Shaping Education report was presented at the Education World Forum by the organisation’s education director Andreas Schleicher, who suggested that many global changes face the international education sector, but they do not need to be negative. More...

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Exclusive: NUS int’l office protests cuts

By Patrick Atack. The international officer at the UK’s National Union of Students has written an open letter in protest at the cuts to that position, and others, announced this week in a letter to the body’s membership. More...

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Bridge Academies widens Nigeria activity

By Patrick Atack. Bridge International Academies will extend its collaboration with Nigerian regional governments with a further public-private partnership deal with Edo state in southern Nigeria. More...

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IDP Connect born from Hotcourses Group merger

By Patrick Atack. Hotcourses Group, which since 2017 has been part of IDP Education, announced it will now be part of a new arm of the company called IDP Connect. More...

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