Outbound mobility, diversification of source countries and destinations and increased support for Canadian education exports – these are the pillars outlined in Canada’s new international education strategy.
Conservative MPs have joined Labour and Scottish National Party counterparts to warn of the harmful effects of Brexit on EU students in the UK, as they introduced an Immigration Bill amendment to restore the UK's post-study work offering to two years.
Australia’s Northern Territory plans to almost quadruple its cohort of international students by 2025, after releasing a reinvigorated international education strategy during the ICEF-ANZA conference in Darwin.
Voices across the sector have reacted as the UK government unveiled details of its new international education strategy. Increasing international numbers to 600,000 by 2030 is part of the strategy, critics of which say does not go far enough in terms of measures to achieve outlined growth.