New Zealand's universities reported 9.8% growth in the number of international student enrolments in 2018 over 2017. The PIE reports on new analysis into the statistics and finds out why NZ is increasingly popular with Indians.
Reflecting on 2019, a number of headlines stick out – from acquisition shakeups across the ESL industry to visa issues stretching over various destination countries. Here are some of the stories which have grabbed our attention, and yours, over the last 12 months.
New Zealand’s focus on quality has seen the number of international enrolments decline for the second consecutive year. A seperate report, however, has found the public’s positivity towards the industry continues to improve.
Prospective international students considering New Zealand are more likely to get their Information than online forums, Instagram or Twitter, according to QS research. Parents are also less likely to have a substantial influence on a student's decision-making.
Global international educators have congratulated the UK sector for helping reintroduce post-study work rights, but note the UK is now on a level playing field in terms of PSW settings; successful job outcomes are the ultimate influencer.