The politics of quality control in the English language teaching space are fast-changing and complex; governments now want to dictate the rules but in many cases they lack the sophisticated grasp of accreditation that membership bodies may have, claim stakeholders, resulting in multi-layered approaches. Beckie Smith reports.
A benchmark strategy measuring both international student recruitment and student mobility in New Zealand is in early stages, with institutions working in collaboration with Universities New Zealand and Studymove.
Taranaki in New Zealand has been backed by the government to help it follow a detailed plan to grow education exports in the rural region across secondary and tertiary sectors to NZ$19.6 million by 2025.
Taranaki and Manawatu in New Zealand have received federal funding totalling more than NZ$300,000 in order to develop their international education strategies and further their outreach as study destinations.
International student visa approval rates in New Zealand continue to rise, with the US driving much of the growth among HE providers while enrolments at private training institutions continue to flourish, according to new data from Education New Zealand.