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Recruitment strategies focus of OACAC

Recruitment strategies focus of OACAC

Recruitment strategies, managing relationships with agents and understanding secondary education ladders were at the forefront of over 80 educational sessions at the recent Overseas Association for College Admission Counseling (OACAC) 21st annual conference earlier this month.

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Dutch Minister of Ed plots “new phase” of internationalisation

Dutch Minister of Ed plots "new phase" of internationalisation

A “new phase” of education policy in the Netherlands calling for the “mainstreaming of internationalisation” has been introduced by minister of education, culture and science Jet Bussemaker. In a letter to parliament Bussmaker outlined plans to establish a €5 million a year scholarship scheme, improve talent retention and facilitate transnational education.

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FPP EDUMedia launches EDUPoints

FPP EDUMedia launches EDUPoints

FPP EDUMedia, Latin America’s largest education agent fair organiser, has unveiled a new rewards scheme that will enable its returning customers to earn online promotions, free webinars and discounts on services. With a returning client rate of 79%, President Julio Ronchetti says the company is keen to reward client loyalty.

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UK: Non-EU undergrad applications up 6% says UCAS

UK: Non-EU undergrad applications up 6% says UCAS

The UK’s undergraduate sector has seen solid growth in international applicants for the second year in a row as UCAS figures show non-EU applications have risen another 6% this year. The report indicates strong demand from Malaysia and the UAE among all applications submitted for 2014/2015.

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USA recruiters “10-15 yrs behind Aussies and Brits”

USA recruiters "10-15 yrs behind Aussies and Brits"

The USA’s higher education international market could benefit by 8 to 10% growth if recruitment practices evolved to catch up with those seen in Australia and the UK, Mitch Leventhal, co-founder of AIRC has said. “The British and the Australians are 10 to 15 years ahead in terms of sophistication of the staff and the leadership of universities,” he said.

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Global initiative to support liberal arts subjects

Global initiative to support liberal arts subjects

Leading Liberal Arts providers from across the world, including from the UK, the USA, China, Australia, Poland, Canada and Mexico have recently formed a collaborative venture, The Global Academy of Liberal Arts (GALA), which aims to bring together institutions around the world to reassert the position of liberal arts within global higher education against STEM subjects.

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