Kaplan Pathways’ latest partner, The Engineering & Design Institute London takes the concept of specialised higher education institution a step further, offering just one subject – Global Design Engineering
Diversity, equity, inclusion, access, belonging, and justice. DEI, EDI, DEIB, or JEDI have become terms and acronyms almost as common as intercultural and cross-cultural in the lexicon of global learning and international education communities, but to what extent, though, are we operationalising these concepts to effect systemic change?
What is it that students are looking for when they choose to study abroad? And how can countries and institutions better support student success? In order to better comprehend student needs, ApplyBoard recently published a trends report
While those of us who work in international education already know and care about international students and can recite the important data about what their fees mean to research, high-cost teaching and the economy, there are counter narratives at play
The modern world of work requires a dynamic integration of digital and intercultural competency skills that are leveraged in overt and covert ways every single day. And right now, only a small fraction of college graduates are prepared for this reality through study abroad
In the face of macroeconomic trends that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on current and future students and the way they navigate their careers, it is perhaps more important than ever that institutions leverage technology and data to support students