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%.
Chinese education agency association, BOSSA, has signed an MoU with StudentMarketing to work more closely to build both interest among Chinese in overseas study and in promoting study and scholarship opportunities in China.
Global market intelligence and business development company, StudentMarketing, has opened its first local office in Tianjin, China to help educators at all levels enter one of the largest and most idiosyncratic international student marketplaces.
The UK maintained a leading position in the global ELT market in 2014, but is losing market share as it faces increasing competition from other destinations, according to English UK’s annual statistics report.