China may no longer be a land as fertile for establishing international branch campuses as it once was, but institutions can gain strong, on the ground engagement through university centres, the report argues.
Leading MOOC platform Coursera has announced it will begin charging students to submit assignments for grading in certain courses, in its latest move to generate revenue from the thousands of free online courses supported by the platform and created by 120 top universities.
The UK government has announced a reshuffle of its trade arm, UK Trade and Investment, in a bid to spread trade responsibilities across government departments. Education export operations will be affected by the reshuffle but details are yet to be finalised.
From 2018, "stocks and bonds" will be replaced with "study and travel" when EF moves its headquarters to the building currently housing the Swiss Stock Exchange. The move will centralise 1,000 employees in Zurich.
The Department of Homeland Security has released a report outlining issues brought forward by international education stakeholders at the NAFSA conference in May. The document promises solutions will be made to key concerns throughout 2016.