As a tourism giant with a global language, Spain has been dealt a winning hand at the internationalisation table. But, as The PIE reports, a greater coordination between its key industry players is needed to fulfil its ambitions.
The Council of British International Schools has warned that while British schools face a shortage of teachers both in the UK and abroad, facilitating teacher mobility and investing in training abroad can help solve the problem.
Choosing a college, connecting with peers or playing competitions to win internships… there are countless ways that Edtech is improving the student journey and being employed by higher education institutions. In this piece, The PIE examines new ways that technology is being leveraged in the field of international education.
After a huge shock win for Donald Trump in the US presidential election, educators in the US and overseas have reacted with concern that the victory will damage the US's reputation as a welcoming destination as well as curtail work opportunities for international students in the country.
Student demonstrations against tuition fee hikes have escalated into violent clashes and could lead to year-long campus closures. A government spokesperson has admitted it could deter foreign students.
Germany will need €3.5bn in funds to provide appropriate education to refugees, according to a recent report. Barriers to higher education, including language and academic credit transfers, are high but initiatives have been launched to help ease entry.