Are you a Professional working in International Education?
Want to take your time soaking up insightful articles and key insight about the international education industry?
Then you need to subscribe to The PIE Review, the newest magazine covering the international education sector, created by industry experts and including industry data, interviews, interesting articles and a global perspective of cross-sectoral topics from language teaching, schools, vocational and HE viewpoints.
The PIE Review is a twice-yearly magazine brought to you by the team behind The PIE News, which offers daily content on the international education sector. Curating and creating content for inclusion in our magazine, we offer fascinating features, insightful comment from stakeholders in the sector, infographics and considered analysis about the current topics that you need to know about.
Features for Spring 2014:
Exciting topics covered in edition 4 include:
International education and real estate >
We investigate the link between investment in real estate and international education uncover how important the potential of the housing market can be.
Canada evolves >
We focus on how Canada is evolving as an international education destination that welcomes students into the new migrant economy.
The rise of Africa >
Africa offers significant opportunity,with some of the fastest growing economies and countries with youthful populations keen to study abroad. Sara Custer investigates.
What happened Where >
A global look at what has happened in international education in the last 6 months.
Who said What >
Highlights of our insightful Q&As with stakeholders from the sector
How important is insurance in international education? >
We speak to experts in this all-important service industry
The PIE Review is also distributed at key industry events.
Spring 2014 distribution includes the following conferences:
- Going Global, USA
- NAFSA, USA
- ICEF Moscow, Russia
- ICEF North America
- IH Agents' Roadshow
- English UK Anual conference
- ALTO NYC, USA
- Eaquals Conference, Hungary