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The rise and rise of the international high schools market

The rise and rise of the international high schools market

The international high school market has galloped into adolescence, trebling in size over the past 15 years. As it matures, it is expected to double over the next 10. The health of the industry means several operation models have emerged to cater to both expat communities and burgeoning wealthy classes in emerging economies. Sara Custer reports.

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Sun, sea and ELT: how is Cyprus merging study and travel?

Sun, sea and ELT: how is Cyprus merging study and travel?

With an already booming tourist offering, the development of a national English language association and diversifying programme options, Cyprus is sailing full steam ahead to make its mark on the ELT roadmap. Natalie Marsh visits the country to find out how.

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How integral are guardianship firms in the high school market?

How integral are guardianship firms in the high school market?

Guardianship companies are an interesting facet of the industry, specialising in safeguarding children studying abroad, notably those boarding or living long-term overseas. But there is little government control in this sector, and some stakeholders cite concerns around the “neutral” status of guardians working too closely with a particular school. Natalie Marsh reports.

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How are creative media educators preparing global graduates?

How are creative media educators preparing global graduates?

Film, audio, animation and gaming are part of the panoply of creative media education that is increasingly being marketed as an international study opportunity. Specialist training institutes and higher education institutions are offering very targeted programming and career-ready outcomes that appeal to students globally. Amy Baker reports.

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