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  • International Education Update - Issue 35 | 21 August 2013 - PIER

    International Education Update - Issue 35 | 21 August 2013 - PIER

    Australian IE under threat, MOOCs and the campus-less uni, surveys and IEU regular: Around the World in 80 Words. Issue 35 of PIER's International Education Update available now.
  • Student visas in crossfire of 457s

    Student visas in crossfire of 457s

    THE TAFE sector has slammed the Rudd government's failure to extend streamlined student visa processing beyond universities, accusing it of conflating the issue with its crackdown on 457 temporary work visas.
  • South Korean student mobility takes a dip

    South Korean student mobility takes a dip

    South Korea has traditionally been one of the world’s most robust sending markets, surpassed in numbers of students abroad only by China and India, but recent information suggests that after years of fairly stable numbers, a 2012 dip in South Korean sending may continue into this year and beyond.
  • Nielsen studies highlight value of education, illustrate growing consumer confidence

    Nielsen studies highlight value of education, illustrate growing consumer confidence

    With 7 billion people living in the world, new findings from a Nielsen global survey revealed that when it comes to core fundamental lifestyle values centred on family, education or religious aspirations, we are more alike than we are different.
  • NEW: Global Water Partnership - Ken Thiess Memorial Scholarship

    NEW: Global Water Partnership - Ken Thiess Memorial Scholarship

    Full scholarship (total package valued at $83,368 including tuition fees and living expenses stipend) open to female candidates from developing countries.
  • International survey says Australia is most expensive study destination

    International survey says Australia is most expensive study destination

    HSBC released a study last week that looked at tuition and living costs in 13 international study destinations worldwide. The results? Australia, the survey says, is the most expensive destination (among those compared in the study) at an average cost of US $38,000 per year. The US follows close behind with an average cost of US $35,000 and the UK appears in third place based on an average cost of US $30,000.
  • Lost in translation: the challeng of delivering web content in many  language

    Lost in translation: the challeng of delivering web content in many language

    This ICEF Monitor article looks at smart ways to ensure your institution is reaching out to students (and their parents) in their own language without going down a full website translation path.
  • philippine higher and vocational education rewamped for 21st century demands

    philippine higher and vocational education rewamped for 21st century demands

    Last week we introduced various opportunities for education providers looking to bolster ties with the Philippines " from K-12 to language to the vocational sector. Today, we expand on this by delving into changes in higher education as well as TVET (technical vocational education and training), which came about in response to emerging economic and social issues.
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  • jordan works on aligning education with its economy

    jordan works on aligning education with its economy

    As Jordanian society braces itself to absorb a massive youth surge in its population, Jordanian government institutions, businesses, and individuals are realising that their education system must make huge leaps to prepare graduates for the real needs of the economy
  • New UK strategy aims for 20% growth in international enrolment

    New UK strategy aims for 20% growth in international enrolment

    The British government released a major strategy for the UK’s international education sector last week " International Education: Global Growth and Prosperity " that describes the dramatic growth in global education markets over the past 40 years, forecasts more growth to come, and sets out an ambitious plan to boost the country’s international education sector.
  • Qatar: a regional market with the potential to surprise

    Qatar: a regional market with the potential to surprise

    The Middle East continues to show why it is becoming an increasing focus for student recruiters. While the UAE and Saudi Arabia often stand out as the most striking in their growing prioritisation of education, today’s ICEF Monitor article proves that there is more to the region than just these two market
  • East Asia leads the world in business funding

    East Asia leads the world in business funding

    Academics at leading South Korean universities are the world’s best at attracting funding from business, a new study says.
  • StudyCo Uses Built in ERP

    StudyCo Uses Built in ERP

    Our ERP involves the whole business modules such as : Sales, inventory management, accounting, payroll and customers . the flexible platform allows us to manage all data quickly and easily. Advantages of our ERP system Streamlining processes and workflows with a single integrated system. Reduce redundant data entry and processes and in other hand it shares informartioin across the department. Establish uniform processes that are based on recognized best business practices
  • UK 13th in Europe for overseas student satisfaction

    UK 13th in Europe for overseas student satisfaction

    International students in the UK are less happy with their university experience than their peers studying in other European countries, a study has found.
  • Universities 'could pay overseas student NHS levy'

    Universities 'could pay overseas student NHS levy'

    The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) has raised the prospect that universities could “bulk buy” annual £200 health levies for international students.
  • Researchers wait to see if students want transfer credits for MOOCs : (Massively open online courses)

    Researchers wait to see if students want transfer credits for MOOCs : (Massively open online courses)

    More than a half-dozen institutions have made clear they will grant transfer credits to students who successfully complete certain MOOCs from low-cost online providers
  • British are coming in global hunt

    British are coming in global hunt

    AUSTRALIAN international education faces intensified competition on its doorstep as conflicting government policies force British institutions offshore

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