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Australia: Strong growth raises questions of risk management

In most respects, things are coming up roses for Australia’s international education sector these days. As we’ve reported on enrolment and economic impact trends in...

UK higher education under pressure

After first easing controls on student head counts in 2012, the government moved to eliminate caps on undergraduate student numbers for English universities in 2015. The...

US university takes out insurance against drop in Chinese enrolments

A US university has taken out a US$400,000+ per year insurance policy against a significant decline in Chinese enrolment...

Slower growth and more intense competition in global ELT market

Overall volumes of English language training, as measured in student numbers and student weeks, have been essentially flat...

Employability and competition driving Indian demand for study abroad

Recent surveys and interviews highlight the importance of career goals in the decision making of Indian students...

Proposed H1-B reforms would favour graduates with advanced degrees
Education now New Zealand’s fourth-largest export sector
Not a campus but a storefront: A new concept for higher education delivery
Parliamentary report adds to momentum for UK policy changes
France launches new international recruitment strategy
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Agents

From the field: Recruiting in the Philippines

The Philippines has been poised for outbound growth for some...

Australia to publish agent performance data this year
IALC announces new agency recognition programme
From the field: Recruiting in the Internet age
Checking in on Turkish outbound
2018 Agent Barometer: Global survey tracks agent perspectives on destinations, online learning, alumni, and student experience
US admissions directors concerned about international enrolment
New surveys highlight key elements of agent-educator relationships

Technology

Not a campus but a storefront: A new concept for higher education delivery

Earlier this year, a special pan-institutional committee at the Georgia...

Google launches new college search feature
Leading MOOC provider announces full degree programmes
Survey: Student recruitment the main driver for institutional web strategy
Is your email mobile enough?
The business case for translating your website
Major industry report highlights key Internet trends in China and India
Online enrolment in US continues to grow

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Dubai

Enrolments at private schools in Dubai have grown by nearly 90% within the past decade, and total student numbers are projected to reach nearly 500,000 by 2026.

South Africa

South Africa’s ELT sector began to recover in 2016. Student numbers increased by 19%, and student weeks by 20%.

eLearning

Worldwide MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) enrolment grew by nearly two-thirds in 2016 to reach 58 million students.

Australia

International studen enrolments in Australia grew by 14%, Year-to-date May 2017.

Russia

Russia aims to increase international enrolment to more than 700,000 students by 2025. 

UK

97.4% of foreign students in the UK leave the country before their visa expires.

Canada

Top five sending markets for Canadian language programmes in 2016: Japan, Brazil, China, South Korea, and Mexico.

China

The number of college-aged students in China is projected to decline by 40% between 2010 and 2025. 

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