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Are you a Professional working in International Education?

Do you want to take your time soaking up insightful articles about the international education industry?

Then you need to subscribe to The PIE Review, the essential magazine covering the international education sector. Brought to you by the team behind The PIE News, The PIE Review offers fascinating features, insightful comment from key stakeholders in the industry, infographics, and considered, in-depth analysis about the current topics that you need to know about.

The PIE Review is available by subscription, to view online here, and is distributed at key industry events throughout the year.

We have now produced 5 editions and each edition has been very well received across the sector, both for the breadth and quality of the content, and for the stylish design.

New for 2015 - we are producing 3 editions per year:
Edition 6: March 2015
Edition 7: September 2015
Edition 8: November 2015

Early bird and series discounts are available. For more information about advertising opportunities, please see our media pack here or email Jane on jane@thepienews.com

Features for edition 06 Spring 2015:

Foreign Exchange services >
What sets apart key players in this sector and how do they see the industry evolving? What is driving innovation, where is demand greatest, and how does the education business fit into the global FX market?

US Study Abroad >
Exploring the nature of US outbound programmes, what drives US students to study overseas and who are the motivators.

South Africa >
Our regular country spotlight looking at the trends in both inbound and outbound student mobility and what’s affecting the market.

ELT/Study Abroad as portrayed in film >
A review of the films that portray study travel and how they have influenced students across the globe.

Access in IntlEd >
Exploring the issue of access for all students to an international education. Whose agenda is it and what good are they doing? 

Erasmus+ >
The European Commission has relaunched the Erasmus programme. What’s new and is it better?

Russia news feature >
Educators and agents are starting to strain under the impact of Russia’s falling rouble, sanctions and ongoing conflict in Ukraine. If the situation continues, can the intled sector survive without Russia in 2015?

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The PIE Review is also distributed at key industry events.

Spring 2015 distribution includes the following conferences