The third annual Premier Agency Business Awards, which celebrates education agencies around the world for their leadership, innovation and service delivery achievements, took place last month in Canada.
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.
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.
Loyalist Group, owner of a number of ESL schools in Canada, announced last week that it has changed its name to KGIC Inc., which came into effect on October 1, soon after announcing the closure of three of its school campuses.
European universities are making their way up the league table, according to the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings, as US institutions lose their dominance in the high end of the rankings.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling has unveiled an updated guide on college admissions, including specific information for international students and transfer students for the first time.
Loyalist Group in Canada has announced it is closing three of its school campuses, saying that a "consolidation of real estate strengthens not just the individual school brands, but also the company as a whole".