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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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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StudyPortals presents view on the future of international education

International student mobility will continue to grow but the ‘where and how’ will change, with new destinations and new delivery models taking over, and partnerships between institutions becoming crucial, a new…

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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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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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Studying Abroad: Cultural Preference Tops Academics for Gen Z

A research conducted by AFS Intercultural Programs concluded that Generation Z prefers the cultural aspect of studying abroad over considering the quality of education. Over 5,000 students were surveyed from…

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New Regulations Allow Post-Grad International Students to Work in China after their Studies

The Chinese government has decided to set regulations concerning post-study labour allowing Post-Grad international students to work after completing their degree in the country. The action was called as a…

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US Graduate programs growth led by international students

Highlights Between the fall of 2013 and fall of 2014, first-time graduate enrolment in the US went up by 3.5% Over the same period, first-time enrolment for international students grew…

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US new bill pushes colleges to be accredited to have foreign students

In recent weeks, The Chronicle of Higher Education recently reported that the US House of Representatives has passed a bill that would require all colleges and universities in the US…

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