Education Australia’s Fourth Highest Export
November 5, 2015

International education exports reached all-time highs for the 2014/2015 school year, according to a report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). Let’s take a closer look at these impressive figures, along with what they mean for the future of international education in Australia.

South Africa to Encourage Student Immigration
November 3, 2015
South Africa wants international students to stay after they graduate. The country, which boasts the second largest economy in Africa, hopes that foreign students who study at South African universities will choose to stay and work in the young nation. Let's take a closer look at how South Africa pl...

India Debuts New Internal Rankings System
October 29, 2015
All universities are not created equally. Nor are all of the global rankings systems designed to measure them. These differences can be highlighted by varying parameters between rankings framework -- particularly when viewed through the lens of cultural diversity. In an attempt to promote transparen...

The Netherlands Sees Increasing Numbers of Foreign Students
October 22, 2015
Approximately 62,000 foreign students attended Dutch colleges and universities last year. This impressive increase brought international student representation to nine percent -- a victory for the Netherlands, which has been aggressive in its attempts to recruit more diversity to its higher educatio...

Malaysia Seeks 200,000 International Students by 2020
October 15, 2015
Malaysia’s government recently announced a new national imperative: to bring the country’s population of international students to 200,000 by the year 2020. Let’s take a closer look at this innovative plan designed to promote inbound exchange while strengthening Malaysia&rsquo...

New Phase of Educational Collaboration Between the UK and China
October 13, 2015
Last month’s eighth UK-China Education Summit in London culminated in the signing of the UK-China Strategic Framework in Education, described by British Minister for Universities and Science Jo Johnson as representing a “new phase of scientific and educational collaboration on an unprece...

Japan and Australia Sign Qualifications Deal
October 5, 2015
In a benchmark agreement, Australia and Japan have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The MoU will help to improve cooperation between higher education institutions in the two nations and increase the number of Japanese and Australian students studying abroad. Let's see why this aggree...

The KEUDOS Program Doubles EU and Korea Students Exchange
September 30, 2015
It might seem that European students are less likely to study abroad during their time at university than their peers in other regions. There are many reasons that this stereotype exists, but programs like the Korea and EU Degree Opportunities for Students (KEUDOS) program are finding ways to encour...

What is Canada's New Electronic Travel Authorization?
September 24, 2015
Do you currently study, or are planning to study abroad in Canada? Do you come from a visa-exempt country? If so, Canada's new electronic travel authorization (eTA) will have a direct impact on your studies in the coming year.

Ukraine Announces Long-Awaited Educational Reforms
August 19, 2015
This summer, the Parliament of Ukraine adopted a new law on Higher Education. Let’s take a closer look at these reforms, along with what they represent for the present and future international education.


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