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Foreign enrolment in UK higher education up 6% for 2018/19

International enrolments in UK higher education were up for the second year in a row in 2018/19, by roughly 6%, to reach a record high...

Slower growth in new MOOC degrees but online learning is alive and well

Last year, Class Central observed a rush among universities and four of the main MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) providers – Coursera, edX, FutureLearn, and Udacity...

Strong support services help to drive recommendations from international students

It goes without saying that increasing international students’ satisfaction with their study abroad experience yields significant benefits for both students and their host institutions. When...

Africa ascending: Four growth markets to watch

The following feature article marks the second and final instalment of a special series on emerging markets in Africa, and has been adapted for publication...

Canada, Philippines, Malta, and Ireland increasingly popular for Japanese students

Japanese employers’ demand for higher English-language proficiency and a growing trend towards lifelong learning contributed to a strong Japanese outbound student market in 2018, according...

Year in review: What we learned in 2019
New Zealand’s international enrolment declined in 2018 as “planned rebalancing” continues
Affordability a top concern for South American and Mexican students
Africa ascending: The demographic juggernaut driving student mobility in the 21st century
Australian students studying abroad more than ever before
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Agents

How will education agents expand their service offerings this year?

Recent surveys of education agencies clearly point to a growing...

2019 Agent Barometer: Optimism for year ahead and insights on destination preferences
Education agents refer 75% of Australia’s international students
US colleges continue to strengthen links with education agents
US immigration reaffirms that I-20s should not be sent to agents
From the field: Recruiting in the Philippines
Australia to publish agent performance data this year
IALC announces new agency recognition programme

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Internet trends report highlights online learning and visual marketing

Major Internet report includes both general trends and research specifically relevant to educators and education marketers...

Five ways to freshen up your online marketing
Not a campus but a storefront: A new concept for higher education delivery
Google launches new college search feature
Leading MOOC provider announces full degree programmes
Survey: Student recruitment the main driver for institutional web strategy
Is your email mobile enough?
The business case for translating your website

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Dubai

Enrolments at private schools in Dubai have grown by nearly 90% within the past decade, and total student numbers are projected to reach nearly 500,000 by 2026. Read more

South Africa

South Africa’s ELT sector began to recover in 2016. Student numbers increased by 19%, and student weeks by 20%. Read more

eLearning

Worldwide MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) enrolment grew by nearly two-thirds in 2016 to reach 58 million students. Read more

Australia

International studen enrolments in Australia grew by 14%, Year-to-date May 2017. Read more

Russia

Russia aims to increase international enrolment to more than 700,000 students by 2025. Read more

UK

97.4% of foreign students in the UK leave the country before their visa expires. Read more

Canada

Top five sending markets for Canadian language programmes in 2016: Japan, Brazil, China, South Korea, and Mexico. Read more

China

The number of college-aged students in China is projected to decline by 40% between 2010 and 2025. Read more