21 janvier 2020

Study.EU wins prestigious .eu Web Award

By Kerrie Kennedy. Hamburg-based study choice platform for Europe Study.EU has won a .eu Web Award in the “Laurels” category, after being chosen from more than 130 nominees. The winners were announced during a gala on November 20 in Brussels, Belgium. More...

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Despite more funds for schooling, global education levels static

By Kerrie Kennedy. One in four students in OECD countries are unable to complete even the most basic reading tasks, while a similar number do not attain a basic level of science (22%) or maths (24%), according to the findings of the latest Program for International Student Assessment. More...

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UK: English UK releases election manifesto

By Kerrie Kennedy. English language teaching trade association English UK has released a manifesto of steps it wants the incoming government to take to support the £1.4 billion sector. More...

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Ireland plan to safeguard job rules in ELT

By Kerrie Kennedy. The Irish government has established a Joint Labour Committee to address many of the employment-related issues that have harmed the reputation of the English language education sector in recent times. More...

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US: ICE defends fake university sting operation

By Kerrie Kennedy. Amid widespread criticism over the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s university sting operation set up to identify bogus agencies and their international student clients, federal law enforcement agencies are defending the undercover operation as “legitimate”. More...

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Int’l school costs on the rise, UK up £1K on 2018

By Kerrie Kennedy. The average cost per year for a place at an international school is on the rise in many key destinations, with a single year at a UK-based international school increasing in cost by more than £1,000 on 2018 figures,  data from ECA International has revealed. More...

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UCW & TLG Canada partner with Beifang

By Kerrie Kennedy. Vancouver’s University Canada West and The Language Gallery Canada have signed a partnership agreement with Beifang Education Group, the largest private higher education group in China. More...

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US study abroad numbers up 2.7% – Open Doors

By Kerrie Kennedy. Some 341,751 US students participated in study abroad programs for academic credit in the 2017/18 academic year, marking a 2.7 % increase over the previous period, the latest Open Doors data has revealed. More...

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US int’l student numbers at all-time high, decline in new starts “stabilising”

By Kerrie Kennedy. International student first time enrolment at US institutions continued to decline for the third year running in 2018/19, new Open Doors data has revealed. However, the 0.9% drop in new starts paints a much brighter picture than the sharper decline of 6.6% a year before. More...

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BSBI announces new programs with CUChicago

By Kerrie Kennedy. Berlin School of Business and Innovation has announced a partnership with Concordia University Chicago that will see the introduction of two new postgraduate programs from the CUC College of Business to be delivered at the BSBI Berlin campus. More...

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