Bigger, better data means that institutions can have a much greater understanding about conversion of enquiries and post-graduation outcomes, for example. But how do those in the sector choose to measure efficacy and success when delivering an international education experience? Beckie Smith finds out.
International students entering higher education institutions in Spain no longer need to pass the country’s competitive entrance exam. Instead universities will now be responsible for creating their own admissions exams in a move that should open up Spanish HE to more global students from 2015.
English as a medium of instruction in HE is on the rise. In Spain, for example, 52 of 89 HEIs now offer English-taught Bachelor's. Delegates met at IE University in Madrid to focus on understanding new multilingual education opportunity in Europe.