Canada-based KGIC (formerly Loyalist Group) has said a statement issued last year declaring the sale of Korean education agency Uhak.com “may have been premature”, as the sale of the asset had not been consummated.
Some ESL providers in Canada have chosen not to comply with new KASP requirements and have been taken off the list of eligible recipients. Meanwhile, others which have, say student numbers continue to fall.
Global English language group, EC English Language Centres, is expanding its 30+ offering worldwide, answering growing demand for adult language learning with new schools in New York, Toronto and Malta.
From geopolitical upheaval to marketing innovations, there are a plethora of factors that help to shape the global landscape of international education each year. Sara Custer sums up six trends set to have a big impact on the industry in 2016.
As of next year, learning English language will be compulsory for state primary school students in Mexico, in a bid to better prepare students for a globalised world and encourage more students to study abroad.