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 reveals shifting motivations for language travel and changes in how students book courses

A new study published by the International Association of Language Centres (IALC) shows that students are increasingly interested in acquiring a new language to support their academic goals, though personal…

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Parents a key player in offspring studying abroad

Parents are a key player in influencing their offspring to study abroad, according to a worldwide survey to get inside the applicant’s mind and understand the study abroad decision-making process….

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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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Australia: 482 skill shortage visa in effect, global talent visa pilot announced

Australia has a new skill shortage visa after Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull unexpectedly announced plans to replace the former scheme in April 2017. Meanwhile, plans for a pilot “global talent” visa…

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Foreign students’ tuition fees are a double-edged sword

The existence and level of tuition fees are among the most hotly debated issues in current higher education policy discussions. At least 10 OECD countries have implemented reforms in this…

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International school students considering a wider range of study abroad destinations

Two reports about to be released by ISC Research highlight that an increasing number of families from non-English-speaking countries are selecting education for their children in the language of English from the…

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Singapore Asia’s #1 in Startup Mobility and Education in Asia: Youth Mobility Report

Singapore has been ranked Asia’s number one country for Start-up Mobility and in the Education sector according to a recent Youth Mobility Report (YMI) from the team behind the .asia top level…

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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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New Zealand visa office closures shift emphasis to online processing

In a series of related announcements over the past year, the New Zealand government has set a clear course toward a much more centralised processing model for visas, including student…

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