A new ordinance from India could help foreign universities set up branch campuses as non-profit companies and issue government-recognised foreign degrees for the first time – without any form of partnerships between itself and a local higher education institutions.
EF – one of the world's largest private language training providers – has announced its online language school is now available as an Android App allowing students instant mobile access to its cloud-based online school, Efekta 13. Students will have access to teacher-led private and group classes 24 hours a day.
INTO China, with top ranked Nankai University, and The International Business School Suzhou (IBSS), part of the Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, have announced additions to their portfolios of English-taught courses as China's appeal as a study destination continues to grow.
The number of fully English-taught Masters in Europe has increased by 42% since 2011 growing at a faster rate than the number of overall Master's programs in Europe. The increase could have a significant impact on mobility flow in and outside of Europe according to a new briefing paper from the Institute of International Education.
Britain’s message around international education is focusing on quality and not quantity and threatening Britain’s share of international students, according to the CEO of Sannam S4, an India-based company helping UK institutions recruit in India and China.
New software launched this month will be able to offer the ability to translate – in real time – 35 languages into a computerised voice similar to Apple’s Siri, or 78 languages to sub-titles. It offers the potential to transform ideas around online learning, real-time learning and global event participation.
More young people are travelling abroad to learn a language, gain work experience and study, allowing them to stay longer at destinations and spend more than the average tourist, according to a global study on the youth travel sector from World Youth Student & Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation.