Interacting with host families, fellow students and teachers is the most useful part of studying a language, according to a survey of 2,000 people who studied a language abroad in the last 10-15 years, undertaken by Sprachcaffe.
Hundreds of entries were received and pared down to just three to four for each of the 12 categories which include Marketing Campaign of the Year, International Alumni of the Year and Digital Innovation of the Year.
Catering to a new generation of students as well as coming up with innovative delivery methods is the biggest challenge facing MBA programs around the world, according to a recent survey of business school representatives.
A survey of 1,300 agents reveal bullish attitudes for international student enrolments for the coming year in both the UK and US suggesting concerns that political and safety factors would deter students were premature.
Brazil’s outbound study surged by 14% in 2016, with more than 247,000 students studying abroad during the year as exchange rates improved, according to Belta, Brazil’s largest study travel association. HE-level study is also growing in popularity.