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Features for edition 14 (Summer 2017):
Topic: Diversity in study abroad
Study abroad increases employment opportunities, academic performance and students' confidence. But too often students who could benefit from this experience the most don't have access to it. We look at what educators around the world are doing nationally and at their institutions to extend study overseas to underrepresented student groups.
Focus: Fashion programmes
Focused fashion programmes flaunt their embedded industry links and international reach. We speak to educators operating in this sphere of education to find out how international students fit in.
Business Barometer: Ireland
With work rights on offer and continued membership of the EU, Ireland has a few feathers in its cap when it comes to appealing to the international student market. We speak to educators and agencies alike to gauge Ireland's potential to become a formidable competitor among study destinations.
Insights: Vietnam as an outbound market
With unique insight from agencies in Vietnam, we chart the ambitions and expectations from this energetic Asian country.
Central Feature: New frontiers
Which countries represent new frontiers or untapped markets in the global international education industry? In this article, we consider both emerging source markets and also the role that trade promotion bodies play in helping open up new markets. Government backed trade bodies and third party companies can help facilitate market-entry strategies; they also provide an opinion on new pockets of possibility.
Trend: Student recruitment events
There is an ever-increasing choice of student recruitment events for the international educator to consider: both live events in a student’s home country, organised by either a specialist third party or local education agency, or a country-focused event ie a Canada roadshow backed by its trade export arm and onshore embassy. On top of these events, there are more virtual fairs being marketed to students. We find out more about the competitive market of student recruitment events.
Did you know? Fees or no fees – the debate in Europe
Tuition-free education programmes were one of the advantages that countries such as Germany, Finland, Sweden and Norway offered, but there has been a shift in policy and more countries in Europe are charging fees. We find out what impact this has had on quality and quantity of international students and speak to countries that continue to offer tuition-free education propositions.
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