Are you a Professional working in International Education?
Do you want to be kept up to date with the latest insights and trends in the international education sector?
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The PIE Review is available by subscription and can be delivered directly to your home or office. It is also digitised and the current edition can be viewed online here. As well as being distributed at major industry events, it is sent to 1000 of the most professional, experienced education counselling companies around the world.
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Features for edition 12 (Winter 2016):
Topic: USA Community Colleges
Community colleges in The USA represent a great and more affordable option for international students keen to gain tertiary qualifications, with students able to study on a 2 + 2 arrangement and transfer to a university after completing an initial associate degree. Beckie Smith finds out more about how community colleges are working to recruit and educate international students.
Focus: Protecting students in the workplace
Australia and New Zealand both provide work opportunities for international students studying in their countries, but what measures have been put into place to ensure international students are helped to find suitable job prospects and are not subject to exploitation? Anton Crace reports on some innovative initiatives in the Southern Hemisphere.
Business Barometer: Singapore
With six major Singaporean universities, a number of international branch campuses, a high quality of living and access to the rest of Asia, Singapore has a lot to offer the globally-minded international student, as we find out.
Insights: Security of language tests
Ensuring stringent security standards of language testing is critical, given high-stakes testing informs admissions and visa issuance decisions. We find out the latest innovations as exam organisations commit to rooting out fraud.
Central Feature: Branding
How do you brand a country’s unique proposition as an education destination? Beyond the faces of smiling students and iconic backdrop, how can effective marketing accurately portray and persuade international students of the life and experience that awaits them? We speak to those in charge of such decisions and marketing campaigns.
Trend: The rise of English as a medium of instruction (EMI)
English as a medium of instruction is a rising phenomenon which is being increasingly adopted to teach certain subjects at primary, secondary and tertiary level. Natalie Marsh reports on this trend and its impact on language policy and global student mobility.
Did you know? Onshore recruitment
We explore the practice of course-hopping in various countries; which countries enable students to switch courses easily once they have entered the country, and how likely are students to do so? We weigh up balancing a protection of consumer choice with the potential for some to exploit this ruling and encourage “student churn”.
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