12 September 2018

Around the world in five

Here’s a round-up of five developments and news stories from key international education markets. 

Around the world in 24

US

More international college graduates staying to work in US

The number of international student graduates staying on to work in the US has risen since 2008, with no signs of stopping.

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GLOBAL

Bank of Mum & Dad: Global international student funding gap revealed

A new survey shows international students are turning to part-time work and their parents rely on borrowed funds to contribute to their education.

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SOUTH AFRICA

English language schools officially recognised by government

English language schools that are members of Education South Africa will be formally recognised by the government, opening the door for students to study English in South Africa with greater regulatory stability and visa certainty.

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GERMANY

Germany leads Europe in student social engagement

Germany leads the way in helping students thrive outside class, followed by the UK, Austria and Ireland, according to the European Student Survey by Times Higher Education.

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CANADA

Montreal wants its international students to stay

Montreal International has launched a ‘Je Choisis Montreal’ or ‘I choose Montreal’ campaign to help more international students live, work and immigrate to the city.

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