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29 January 2018
Japan sees its foreign enrolment grow for the fifth consecutive year, with nearly 12 per cent growth between 2016 and 2017 alone, while China and Vietnam continue to be the major source nations.
29 January 2018
UK higher education institutions are changing their relationships with Gulf nations, reveals a new report from Universities UK international titled ‘State of the relationship: UK higher education engagement with the GCC.’
20 November 2017
William W. Kooser is Associate Dean for Global Outreach at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and is based in Hong Kong. Education Intelligence got some inside news on the competitive world of business schools, the life-changing impact of Hong Kong and the discipline of swimming.
20 November 2017
With a steadfast commitment and enthusiasm, Russia’s internationalisation efforts have expanded over the last decade, and the outlook for continued growth in the future is promising. Russia remains an emerging education market and is ambitious in its aims to become a bigger player in international mobility. Education Intelligence highlights five facts about the education market in this country.
20 November 2017
With organisations reporting the highest talent shortage since 2007, according to the 2016-2017 Manpower Talent Shortage Survey, employers are increasingly looking within their own companies for solutions.
20 November 2017
The latest Open Doors report by the Institute of International Education finds that the number of new international students studying in the US for the first time, dropped in the 2016-2017 academic year compared to the previous year. Rising college costs and US institutions’ weaker performance in global rankings are among the reasons contributing to the decrease.

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