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Features for edition 08 Winter 2015:
US inbound market
An overview of the current trends in student mobility to the US for language, secondary and tertiary level education.
What government policy is affecting the sector? With its size, reputation and state by state identities, how does the US standout from other study destinations?
Creative Media Programming
We investigate the world of creative media education, ranging in length and breadth but always focused on
turning out career-ready students who can take on film editing, video production or sound engineering,
for example. What does the international aspect of this education genre look like?
Exploring the business of homestay providers catering to international school students who don’t go home over the school holidays.
How are educators taking care of students once they arrive? Looking at mental health issues, social integration strategies and academic support.
Who are the big players accrediting educators, how are they different? Do they hold any weight in student decision making?
Mandarin language market
Looking at the demand both inside and outside of China. What are the trends? What are the outcomes for students?
Romance and intled
How does love play a role in demand for an overseas education? What challenges do educators face when romance blossoms in the classroom? Why are people more inclined to fall in love while they’re abroad?
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The PIE Review is also distributed at key industry events around the world.
Winter 2015 distribution includes the following conferences: