11 décembre 2019

International students contributed €2bn to the Spanish economy – report

By Claudia Civinini. International students contributed an estimate of over €2bn to the Spanish economy in 2018, with language schools welcoming by far the largest cohort of students out of all sectors, a research report has found. More...

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Student housing investment hit $17.1bn in 2018

By Claudia Civinini. Despite dipping slightly from 2017 to 2018, global investment in student accommodation totalled $17.1bn last year, entering its third year over $16bn, market research by Savills shows. More...

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Bayswater to launch refugee summer program

By Claudia Civinini. A summer program for refugees with a focus on English and employability skills will be organised this year at the University of Nottingham by Bayswater Foundation, the charity arm of Baywater Education, as part of its one-for-one model. More...

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Documentary on TOEIC case launched in Westminster

By Claudia Civinini. A powerful documentary exposing the devastating impact of the Home Office decision to revoke thousands of international students’ visas after the TOEIC cheating scandal in 2014 has been launched and screened in central London. More...

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UK ELT passes the half a million student mark, but growth has slowed

By Claudia Civinini. The UK ELT industry passed the half a million student mark in 2018, new English UK statistics compiled in collaboration with Bonard revealed, but growth has slowed down especially for private sector members. More...

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Tracking Canada’s “tremendous” growth curve

By Claudia Civinini. At the same conference, a delighted trade commissioner announced that Canada had reached its goal to host more than 450,000 students as of December 2017 – a target that was set for 2022. More...

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NAO verdict: Innocent students may have been wrongly removed

By Claudia Civinini. “Some people may have been wrongly accused and in some cases, unfairly removed from the UK”: this is the verdict of the UK’s National Audit Office which has assessed the case of international students who were accused of cheating in TOIEC exams needed to gain the right to study in the country. More...

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ESU IPSC winner crowned in London

By Claudia Civinini. The winner of the International Public Speaking Competition organised by the English Speaking Union was named at the Royal Institution in May after a grand final featuring speeches by finalists from Spain, China, Lithuania, Australia and Philippines. More...

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Bonard maps a fast-changing agent market in China

By Claudia Civinini. Bonard has released its research into the Chinese agent market, in a bid to map what has become a fragmented landscape and help international education providers strategise their partnerships. More...

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Interest in SDG-related programs rising

By Claudia Civinini. Interest in programs related to sustainable development is on the rise among prospective international students, research by Studyportals on its own user data has uncovered. More...

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