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  • China focuses on regional students as inbound enrolments up

    China will focus its student recruitment efforts on neighbouring growth markets, it has announced, as government statistics reveal increasing incoming student numbers in India and Pakistan are offsetting stagnation in other markets. Meanwhile, the number of outbound students is on the rise.

  • Faculty exchanges and access key to study abroad: Heiskell winners

    Winners of the Institute of International Education’s Heiskell Awards recently shared best practices to increase outbound numbers, integrate international students and extend study abroad access to underrepresented student groups.

  • UK HE “could do better”, says Saudi Cultural Attaché

    The Saudi Arabian Cultural Attaché used his platform at the International Higher Education Forum to chide the UKHE sector into improving some aspects of its offer, despite providing an assurance that the high level of quality provision in general is appreciated.

  • UK universities behind the curve as mobile use rises sharply

    UK universities’ websites are failing to keep up with the sharply rising trend among prospective international students of using mobile devices to search for information about study abroad, a new study has shown.

  • NZ: schools peak body to be a “voice for the sector”

    A new peak body that will provide support to K-12 schools active in New Zealand’s international sector launched this month and is looking for more businesses to join its 15 founding members. The association will help further develop internationalisation within New Zealand schools, many of which already work significantly with the international market.

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New student halls review website launches in UK

New student halls review website launches in UK

A former international student from Australia has launched a TripAdvisor-style independent review website for UK student accommodation after being unimpressed by his own experience. Launched nationwide this month, Hallbookers.co.uk lists every private hall in the UK.

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IHWO welcomes new school in Chiang Mai

IHWO welcomes new school in Chiang Mai

International House World Organisation has welcomed its second affiliate school in Thailand. IH Chiang Mai is the group's second school in Thailand and brings IHWO's total portfolio of schools to 159. The new school opened in January, 12 years after its counterpart in Bangkok.

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Analysis

How do you measure success in international education?

How do you measure success in international education?

Bigger, better data means that institutions can have a much greater understanding about conversion of enquiries and post-graduation outcomes, for example. But how do those in the sector choose to measure efficacy and success when delivering an international education experience? Beckie Smith finds out.

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