10 April 2019
Around the world in five
Here’s a round-up of five developments and news stories from key international education markets.
Another step toward a new international education strategy
The Canadian government has announced funding for a new international education strategy that will place emphasis on increasing the outbound mobility of Canadian students.
Making ‘Study in India’ a success
A lack of infrastructure, funding constraints and a non-existent support system for international students are a few issues restricting 'Brand India' from making India an attractive study destination.
Humanism is at the heart of international education
Refugee and at-risk migrant students are engaging in international education in different ways than traditional study abroad populations due to the mobility forced on them.
Increase in students researching study options 2+ years in advance
Students in China are increasingly commencing preparations to study abroad as early as two years in advance, basing their decision on factors such as expanding international knowledge.
Education on AI proposed for university and technical college students
A panel of experts has called for all university and technical college students in Japan to be given beginner-level education on artificial intelligence with the aim to boost AI research and development.
New Zealand commended for inclusivity and humanity at APAIE
New Zealand kindness, respect and inclusivity earned royal praise at the recent APAIE 2019 Conference in Kuala Lumpur.