New Zealand is aiming to increase its profile as a study destination in Latin American as the minister of tertiary education, skills and employment visited the region for the first time last month and announced expanded mobility agreements with key trade countries.
The recent Quality English and Quality Education mission to South America targeted pioneering markets in Ecuador and Peru in a bid to connect with emerging agents. The tour also included events in Colombia.
Eurocentres has opened its first English school in a non-Anglophone country in partnership with Study Union Barranquilla, a Colombian education agency. The move chimes well with Colombia's National Bilingual Programme.