UK ELT providers have reported a huge increase in enquiries and summer bookings for the year, due to the post-EU referendum currency flop and improved economies in source countries that will likely make 2017 more profitable than most anticipated.
International trade; commissions versus sales discounts; what is or isn't an eduction service? Let's be honest, tax and international education can be a cumbersome web of complexity. Sara Custer unpicks it for you.
A vote for Brexit in the UK has had an immediate impact on the value of the pound sterling. The PIE News speaks with stakeholders in the UK, Europe and beyond on possible implications for international education.
The UK’s ELT sector has shrunk for the second year in a row as both adult and junior enrolments dropped for the first time and lengths of stay diminished. English UK figures show the country hosted 42,000 fewer students in 2015, 8% less than the previous year.
Cuts to scholarships and tumbling oil prices have unsettled the Saudi market, but a booming youth population and labour market needs mean the country still presents huge opportunities for student recruitment, says a British Council report.