UK boarding schools have lost hundreds of thousands of pounds as a result of a re-inspection rule which stops them from being able to admit new international students under Tier 4 rules for months at a time.
WorldStrides, a US-headquartered education travel company, has been acquired by Metalmark Capital, a private equity firm and Silverhawk Capital Partners, an independent investment group, for an undisclosed amount.
As education institutions adapt to regulations stipulating that only registered consultants can offer immigration advice, the Immigration Consultants of Canada Registry Council has proposed a new credential and training specific to education.
North America-based International Studies Abroad has merged with GlobaLinks Learning Abroad, expanding its portfolio of study destinations in the Asia Pacific region. The agreement will result in GlobaLinks branding being phased out over the coming months, bringing the entire company under the ISA name by January 2015.