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  • 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
  • Faculty of Health - Higher Degree Study

    Faculty of Health - Higher Degree Study

    QUT’s Faculty of Health welcomes international students to study our Higher Degree Research programs, the Faculty Research Team have prepared the attached flyer for prospective international students
  • Regional education project launched at RMIT Hamilton

    Regional education project launched at RMIT Hamilton

    RMIT University has been awarded a major State Government grant for a project to boost educational partnerships in south-west Victoria.
  • Knight and day between unis and VET on international student enrolments

    Knight and day between unis and VET on international student enrolments

    INTERNATIONAL student numbers dropped again in the year to June but the 2.2 per cent decline was compensated for by a 14.2 per cent increase in English-language college commencements and a small but significant 3.3 per cent increase in higher education commencements
  • New UK strategy provides few real opportunities for overseas students

    New UK strategy provides few real opportunities for overseas students

    Released by the UK government last week, the strategy aims to increase the international student population by 20 per cent by 2018 (more than 90,000 students) and will boost its presence overseas by partnering with academic institutions abroad and opening "outlets" with particular interest in - you guessed it - China.
  • Could Iran's new president give higher education a boost?

    Could Iran's new president give higher education a boost?

    With Hassan Rouhani assuming the Iranian presidency this weekend and speaking to the West in conciliatory tones, the shape of Iranian higher education is at a crossroads. While some are hopeful better international relations can ease pressures on students
  • Chinese students head overseas at younger ages

    Chinese students head overseas at younger ages

    Chinese families now know more about overseas education, and they have more money to pay for it, leading to a decline in the average age of overseas students
  • UK seeks to bar 100,000 foreign students a year

    UK seeks to bar 100,000 foreign students a year

    So David Cameron, the UK prime minister, is now trusting that curbs on foreign students will help him achieve his election promise to cut immigration. Up to 100,000 annually will be barred from coming to Britain to study, in proposals published this week that restrict visas to "quality" students on degree-level courses
  • Avondale College teams with Charles Sturt University in university status bid

    Avondale College teams with Charles Sturt University in university status bid

    THE Seventh Day Adventist Church's Avondale College of Higher Education has teamed with Charles Sturt University as its mentor in a new bid to eventually earn university status. The two institutions signed a five-year memorandum of understanding this week in which CSU will assess and benchmark Avondale which is planning to apply for self-accrediting status at the end of next year
  • Foreign students take Navitas to top of class

    Foreign students take Navitas to top of class

    EDUCATION services provider Navitas has returned to strong enrolment growth following a foreign student visa crackdown in 2009, with new offshore admissions for its local university courses surging by one-third in the last semester.
  • Australian universities to offer free classes online

    Australian universities to offer free classes online

    Courses from two of Australia's major universities will be online and free to anyone in the world next year, as more institutions embrace a mass online model of providing free classes described as the "iTunes of higher education" in a new report.
  • 100,000 more international students in the next five years

    100,000 more international students in the next five years

    Roughly half a million international students are enrolled at UK universities and colleges, yet under new government plans to attract thousands more overseas students, the figure could increase by nearly 100,000.
  • Canada , Job action by Canadian visa officers expands to 15 biggest markets

    Canada , Job action by Canadian visa officers expands to 15 biggest markets

    In 2012, Canada welcomed a record number of new international students, and has since announced significant new funding to improve visa processing times as well as concrete steps aimed at cutting wait times for study visas.
  • THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

    THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

    Five Things you should know before you enroll in a PHD program Dr Inger Mewburn (aka the Thesis Whisperer), Director of Research Training at ANU and author of How to tame your PhD, will discuss five ways to set yourself up for success in your PhD and beyond. She will cover the following and more:

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