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20 November 2017
The 2017 Agent Barometer survey of the practices and perceptions of education agents around the world uncovers some important shifts in the appeal of major destinations, along with students’ growing concern of safety and security issues.
20 November 2017
Universities UK International launches a three-year campaign to increase the number of students from the UK studying, working and volunteering abroad for two or more weeks as part of their studies.
26 October 2017
Dr John Lucas heads up the International Student Exchange Programmes (ISEP), the world’s largest network of 320+ post-secondary institutions in more than 50 countries cooperating to provide affordable international educational experiences for a diverse student population. Education Intelligence got some inside news on the world of international student exchanges, juggling languages and how Syrah and extra dark chocolate make everything better.
26 October 2017
Randall Stross, author of A Practical Education: Why Liberal Arts Majors Make Great Employees, explains why in a quickly-evolving world, the broad knowledge covered at a liberal arts college is likely to be the best training any school can offer.
26 October 2017
IDP’s sixth Student Buyer Behaviour study, based on a survey of 4,200 mobile students, found that Canada ranked first when rating the top five English-speaking destination countries. Safety, affordability, education quality and graduate employability were among the drivers weighed.
26 October 2017
Institutions that are well connected to ‘global transportation hubs’ rise up league tables faster than those of similar rank but in less connected areas, a study finds. Researchers from the University of Warwick and the Alan Turing Institute concluded that the main factor contributing to a university’s rise in the rankings was proximity to airports that have more direct flights to other global centres.

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