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  • Birmingham backs strategy themes, underlines trade ties

    Australia’s new government will push ahead with plans to grow the country’s international education sector, said new education minister, Simon Birmingham last week. He highlighted quality provision, ethics around agent use and a reciprocal approach to study abroad as important tenets of a new strategy, coming soon.

  • US IEPs learn how to build long-term business in MENA

    A presentation on Working with Foreign Government Scholarship Programs in the Middle East and West Africa was a stand-out seminar at English USA’s stakeholder conference for its practical advice on building business from the fastest-growing student source market for US educators.

  • Brazil: Two-thirds of agents surveyed predict sales will fall

    Just under two-thirds of education agencies in Brazil believe that their sales this year will be lower than last year as a result of the currency depreciation, a recent survey by BMI has found.

  • Make study abroad relevant to careers, urges IIE Summit

    In order to make study abroad a more attractive and viable option among American college-goers, university and business leaders must make the experience more relevant to the careers that students hope to pursue once they graduate.

  • Russia: second round of Project 5-100 funding opens

    Russia’s campaign to compete as a higher education destination has begun its second application phase since launching a year and half ago. The next tranche of funding for the Project 5-100 will support universities’ internationalisation roadmaps and, the government hopes, rise in global rankings.

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