International trade; commissions versus sales discounts; what is or isn't an eduction service? Let's be honest, tax and international education can be a cumbersome web of complexity. Sara Custer unpicks it for you.
A new policy has been announced in India that could re-shape the student mobility landscape. Indian educational institutions can now collaborate with those outside the country and enable students to spend up to two semesters abroad, recognised as part of their Indian-delivered degree.
Indian market entry specialist Sannam S4 has opened the first US office to serve the high calibre US Business Centers initiative that aims to deepen education and trade ties between the two countries. The launch coincided with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Washington, DC.
For the first time in more than two decades, the government of India is drafting a new education policy which will include reforms on the internationalisation in higher education, digitisation of education and skills development. The director of education at the British Council in India has called the country's new education policy draft topics "very encouraging".
Trade bodies, education consortiums and private companies can all help education institutions keen on establishing an on-the-ground presence overseas, especially in international education hotspots such as China, Brazil and India. Amy Baker finds out how services are flourishing for managing market entry.
A leading market entry specialist has said universities welcoming international students from India need to market themselves more to Indian employers after data shows they don't value an international degree over a domestic one.
Britain’s message around international education is focusing on quality and not quantity and threatening Britain’s share of international students, according to the CEO of Sannam S4, an India-based company helping UK institutions recruit in India and China.