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Will Indonesia become a major student market?

Some 2.6 million Indonesians could enter higher education in the next decade—but despite the country's emerging prosperity, the HE sector will not be able to cater for all of them. The number of students studying overseas is likely to grow, but will, as some predict, Indonesia become another major student market? Julian Hall reports...

Australia targets “sleeping giant” Indonesia

Australia has joined a growing list of countries looking to tap the burgeoning Indonesian student market, holding a major exhibition to promote its science education. Australia is Indonesia's number one study destination (with 17,896 enrolments in 2011) but faces competition overseas.

British Council: new Student Insights report

Education agents are more likely to be used by international students in key source countries considering postgraduate (PG) study rather than undergraduate (UG). This is one observation of the latest Student Insight findings, produced by the British Council's Education Intelligence unit, which cover India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Egypt and Turkey.