EI Feature

EI Feature

The result of research from in-depth online surveys and highly focused interviews, EI Features provide deep insight on key issues in the internationalisation of higher education. With unique access to the mindset of students considering study abroad, this report series provides a fresh perspective on some of the hottest issues in internationalisation, enabling education providers and institutions to make more informed marketing decisions.

  • In its fourth year, the Broadening Horizons series explores the drivers and barriers relating to study abroad. The latest report, Broadening Horizons 2016: Maximising the impact of study abroad looks at returned UK students and investigates how the overseas study experience has manifested itself in their UK institutional experience, career expectations and contributions to society. With dialogue...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • Without a doubt, employability has become a focus for students across the globe. Whether a university degree can convert into a job opportunity upon graduation is often the prism through which students and their families are evaluating the return on their education investment. But why has it become so challenging for graduates to secure employment? In this EI Feature, Employability and the...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • Careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM subjects) build communities and transform nations. A good supply of well-qualified STEM professionals will help fuel economic growth, high productivity, innovation and research excellence. International students play a vital role in the provision of higher education STEM courses by adding value with their distinct experiences and...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • This report explores what the higher education landscape will look like over the next ten years by using projections for tertiary-aged populations and household wealth to forecast tertiary enrolments and outbound mobility. In International student mobility to 2027: Local investment, global outcomes, demographic and economic factors are evaluated, along with other drivers of student mobility, in...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • This timely Education Intelligence Feature report explores and describes the experiences and motivations of students from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries – Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – who are currently living and studying in the UK. Based on the findings from an online survey and focus groups, this research examines the UK study experience for...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • Attaining prominence as a significant study destination has become a national priority for a number of countries, prompted by the benefits an education system reaps from internationalisation, as well as subsequent economic and cultural growth. This research report details the government policies, strategies and scholarships regarding inbound internationally mobile students that have been...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • International education is increasingly becoming a complex and interconnected sector which is dependent on a diversity of factors. The development of strategies relating to tertiary education and student mobility must account for this complexity. While economic and demographic forecasts are important components in building a strategy, there are also wider drivers which affect global flows of...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • Among other qualities, study abroad helps students develop a sense of global citizenship, gain intercultural experience and sometimes have the opportunity to refine foreign language skills. Students recognise that studying overseas can also improve their employment prospects; an appreciation for international issues and a global outlook are intrinsic benefits from studying abroad that are...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • An expanding middle class, a capable student body and priority on quality education are factors which have typically helped to make Latin America a steady source of international students. Although the US and Spain have been among the more popular study destinations for Latin American students, the UK has experienced more difficulties in successfully recruiting from the region. However, Latin...
    PRICE: US$240.00
  • Economic, political and social forces of globalisation have helped contribute to the increasing number of students pursuing education outside their home country. The flow of international students is a reflection of national and institutional strategies developed to benefit from the new global environment, but also a representation of individual student decisions worldwide. When it comes to...
    PRICE: US$240.00

Annual subscription offers

Annual subscription packages encompassing both research reports and data mining tools, which suit different needs and budgets, are available exclusively to UK institutions and education organisations.

Details here

Education Intelligence products

User login