5 June 2019 at 9:00 am
Around the world in five
Here’s a round-up of five developments and news stories from key international education markets.
Report seeks to measure “Brexit sensitivity” of prospective students
According to the QS International Student Survey 2019, at least 20,000 EU students are ‘at risk’ of choosing a different study destination than the UK.
Foreign graduates get the call to fill gap in retailing, restaurant jobs
Foreign graduates of universities in Japan with a high level of Japanese proficiency will be allowed to work at restaurants and retailers to help alleviate labour shortages.
More American students need to study abroad
Higher education leaders almost unanimously express support for study abroad. However, it has too often been an enrichment for privileged students than a basic educational experience available to a range of students.
Mapping a fast-changing agent market
Research into the China agent market reveals a fast-changing fragmented landscape, which requires education providers to strategise their agent partnership efforts for maximum benefit.
Erasmus+ helps universities to become more innovative
Erasmus+, the European Union’s student and staff study and exchange programme, makes students more successful in their personal and professional lives and helps universities to become more innovative, according to two independent studies.
From the CE: Manaakitanga in the time of coronavirus
I am very proud of the way New Zealand’s education community has risen to the challenge of keeping international students...