International students in New Zealand are more likely to find a job than they are to return overseas a year after completing their qualification, according to a study on the destinations and employment outcomes of international students.
Delegates at the Council of International Students Australia's National Conference have called on all education stakeholders to actively engage with international students to address the key issues facing Australia’s student population.
Studying or working abroad through the European mobility programme Erasmus has a notably bigger impact on students’ long-term employability in Eastern and Southern Europe than elsewhere, a new study has found.
The unique skills gained through study abroad aren’t being promoted enough to employers or advocated well enough by students, delegates at the Regent’s University London International Partners Conference heard.
The UK HE sector is light years ahead of Australia in terms of coordinating services to enhance employability, resulting in better success rates for international graduates seeking employment. This is a key finding of new research from Rob Lawrence of Prospect Research & Marketing for AUIDF.