Malaysia Launches Landmark Higher Education Blueprint

  With the announcement of the upcoming 11th Malaysia Plan 2015 today, we’re excited to see what the Malaysian government has planned in its commitment to being a world-class economy…

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Education Market Update 2018: Insights to Why International Students Choose Australia

Australia’s 3rd largest export is currently international education. In 2016-2017, it is recorded that international education is worth 28.6 billion to the Australian economy. This is the main reason why…

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Study tracks the increasing popularity of alternate credentials

One in four higher education institutions in North America now offer badges and three in four say that such alternate credentials are “strategically important to their future.” These are some…

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International students turn away from US, UK to Canada

Canada has overtaken the United Kingdom as a preferred study destination for international university applicants in a number of regions, and is gaining ground on the United States, new research…

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Government unveils plans for two-year bachelor degrees

The United Kingdom government has announced plans for two-year accelerated bachelor degrees that it claims could save students up to £25,000 (US$33,000) compared with taking the degree over three years…

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A global recognition convention for academic mobility

The 39th Session of the General Conference of UNESCO last month gave the green light to continue the work on UNESCO’s academic mobility convention, the Global Convention on the Recognition of…

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Mapping the trends that will shape international student mobility

A new British Council report sets out the key trends that are shaping both higher education demand and international student mobility. “We are at a tipping point in the global…

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British Accreditation Council new scheme for offshore ELT

The UK’s British Accreditation Council is developing an international English language education accreditation scheme it claims will be “quite unique” in the English language teaching industry. Set to be launched in early…

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Brexit ‘not all bad’ say int’l education experts

Brexit is looming, but there is still much for the higher education sector to be positive about, such as a high prioritisation of research collaboration, according to a panel of…

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Australia: International students to face English language tests

International students will be tested on their grasp of the English language under a scheme to be introduced in 2018. Education Minister Simon Birmingham told an education conference in Hobart…

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