IntelliLab, launched at last month’s NZIEC in Auckland, provides users with an interactive interface of international student numbers from the past five years which can be manipulated by market, sector, and region.
Research papers from ENZ on areas such as in-market activity, student experience research and brand health are also available to download on the platform.
“Using this data, providers can have fast, easy access to intelligence with a focus on their region and sector and use it to better inform their market development efforts,” ENZ Grant McPherson said.
The tool aims to enhance stakeholder understanding of international education through data, research and insights.
Andrew McPhee, ENZ’s intelligence manager, said the response from within the New Zealand industry has so far been overwhelmingly positive.
“The recently released New Zealand International Education Snapshot (2016 full-year report) is available on IntelliLab and is proving very popular with users,” he said in a statement.
According to an ENZ spokesperson, the tool took six months from concept to roll out, and a further two phases are expected in the coming months.
Among future develops, an additional tool to sort student numbers by level and field of study will be available.