A strong message that international student intake is not the end goal, but part of the process of fostering internationalisation, was delivered this week at CBIE’s 49th annual conference held in Niagara Falls, Canada.
The Canadian Bureau for International Education presented its annual Excellence Awards at its 49th annual conference in Niagara Falls this week, showcasing innovation and outstanding leadership in the sector.
Strong 10% year-on-year growth in enrolments in Canada in 2014 has been documented by CBIE, with the link between international education and migration opportunity one reason for the rise in the global student population.
Canada-based Tamwood is set to open a new branch of its career college reflecting a trend among the country's language teaching providers to reposition their offering in order to maintain sought after work experience.
International education stakeholders are optimistic about what the election of Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party, which swung to power on a platform that included a promise to “remove barriers” to students applying for citizenship, might bring for the sector.
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.