Reputation and consultant qualifications outstrip cost as the biggest deciding factors for Chinese students when selecting a study abroad agent, but most are sceptical of profit motivated advice a survey of 22,000 parents and students has shown.
International education events organiser BMI and Dubai International Academic City have entered into a strategic agreement that will see BMI support the education hub’s international recruitment efforts in Asia and South America.
Edurne García Almagro, Spain’s entry into this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, said studying singing and general English at the University of the Arts London’s Language Centre has helped her record songs in English.
With the Australian government leveraging its study-work and post-study work opportunities to compete for globally mobile students, market research has revealed a bias among Australian employers when hiring international graduates and their domestic counterparts.
Denver-based Bridge Education Group has announced three new university partnerships along the US East coast. President Jean-Marc Alberola said the move follows Bridge’s strategy to open 15 to 20 campus-based centres in the next five years.
The UK’s ELT sector “faced on onslaught in 2014” according to English UK CEO Eddie Byers, who this week reported a decline in both student weeks and numbers for the country’s private and state ELT providers.