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Features for edition 10 Summer 2016:
Enabling, not just teaching
Language schools are innovating in the face of competition, visa rules and economic factors to maintain their relevance and resonance with their target markets. Julian Hall reports.
On the move: the business of living overseas
Where students live when they study overseas is a big deal and as the international student market grows, so are the big deals in the accommodation investment space. New financing is helping to develop new residences and a new breed of booking platforms. Meanwhile, a trend towards experiential travel is also helping the homestay market expand its reach. Amy Baker reports.
New Zealand's new thinking
New Zealand is unique as an international education destination - thinking differently, it pioneered strong pastoral care, has strong secondary provision and a very vibrant private training and English sector. There is some criticism that the government is too tertiary-focused, but all in the industry are confident about the country's strong offer. Anton Crace reports.
Health scares, a lost passport, an earthquake; there are a plethora of emergencies that can occur while studying or working overseas. As Beckie Smith discovers, many of the risks that students and staff face can be managed best with the help of consultancies, insurance companies and crisis management specialists.
Work in progress
Delivering employment ouctomes during mass automation and digitisation of the labour market is a mammoth task. In the age of robotics and big data, is it time to reboot university careers support? Sara Custer reports.
Business school buzz
With more than 16,000 business schools enrolling students around the world, the quality and value of a business degree is variable. But as demand for business degrees remains steady, the world's top business schools are rethinking their offer to remain relevant. Natalie Marsh reports.
Sun, sea and ELT in Cyprus
With an already booming tourist offering, the development of a national English language association and diversified programme options, Cyprus is forging full steam ahead to make its mark on the ELT roadmap. Natalie Marsh visits the country to find out how.
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