21 janvier 2020

Ireland: European coding network opens campus

By Kerrie Kennedy. Major European coding institution, Wild Code School, has announced it is opening a school in the Irish capital Dublin with plans to expand to other parts of the country at a later stage. More...

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Alumni are “most reliable” source of info for students looking to UK, Europe

By Kerrie Kennedy. Alumni are the most reliable source of accurate information for international students looking to study in the UK (74%) and elsewhere in Europe (79%) according to the results of a new survey. However, relatively few respondents cited alumni as their primary source of information about international study. More...

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IH London to offset carbon emissions

By Kerrie Kennedy. IH London has pledged support for the UN’s sustainable development goals, announcing it will cover the cost of offsetting carbon emissions for students’ flights to all 12 of its young learner courses next year. More...

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PIE Chats 2019: A Year in Review

By Kerrie Kennedy. With many global intled conferences now an annual tradition for the team, we’re bound to bump into an inspiring professional – or six – from time to time. So every week, The PIE publishes an interview with someone we’ve spoken with to discover what inspired them to join the industry, new markets on their horizon and where students in their location are turning to for study abroad opportunities. Here is a look back at some of our most memorable PIE Chats of 2019. More...

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South Aus: Intled overtakes wine as top export

By Kerrie Kennedy. For the first time ever, South Australia’s international education sector has overtaken wine to become the state’s number one export, according to new figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. More...

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UK gov’t doubles fast-track scientist visas

By Kerrie Kennedy. In a move widely praised by higher education bodies in the UK, the number of fast-track visas allowing scientists from abroad to undertake research at UK universities will double from 62 to more than 120, the Home Office has confirmed. More...

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Aus: ICHM acquired by UP Education

By Kerrie Kennedy. Adelaide-based International College of Hotel Management has been acquired from Charles Darwin University by Australasian university pathway provider UP Education. More...

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Almost 19K students globally receive IB results

By Kerrie Kennedy. More than 18,700 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and Career-related Programme students around the world have received their results from the November 2019 examination session. More...

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English UK holds workshops in Taiwan, Japan

By Kerrie Kennedy. More than 50 Asia Pacific region agents joined English UK workshops in Taipei and Tokyo recently to visit member centres and find out more about ELT. More...

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US & UK more vulnerable to drop in Chinese students than Canada, Aus

By Kerrie Kennedy. As the number of Chinese students studying overseas starts to show signs of peaking, a divergence in the strategies of some host countries could put the US and the UK in more vulnerable positions when compared with Canada and Australia, a new report has revealed. More...

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