A global report on annual student rent spend has revealed that students are paying an average of USD$464 on accommodation in top study destinations such as Boston, with New York and London following closely behind.
Australia has surpassed the UK in terms of the number of student weeks for ELT study, according to data from StudentMarketing, which found that the total number of student weeks in the UK fell to 2.2 million last year.
The UK’s ELT sector has not escaped the repercussions of the country's unwelcoming visa policy and referendum rhetoric, according to a new report, which shows the sector saw double digit declines last year.
As the global ELT market cools down, other languages are seeing healthy growth while mergers and acquisitions will increase and price strategies become more sophisticated according to marketing intelligence firm StudentMarketing.
Where students live when they study overseas is a big deal and as the international student market grows, so are the big deals in the accommodation investment space. Amy Baker reports on the trends in accommodation worldwide.
Just over one-third of US universities now work directly with education agents to support the international student recruitment process, according to research into the pace of adoption revealed at the NAFSA conference
Just under one in ten internationally mobile French language students study in Canada, according to a new report presented at the Languages Canada conference this month. France claims the majority of the global share with 83%.