Universities must ensure they aren’t focusing on innovation for its own sake and consider how to cultivate creative graduates, said a panel of HE leaders speaking at the QS Reimagine conference which considers education trends of the future.
Choosing a college, connecting with peers or playing competitions to win internships… there are countless ways that Edtech is improving the student journey and being employed by higher education institutions. In this piece, The PIE examines new ways that technology is being leveraged in the field of international education.
As fintech innovations spread across the globe, our way of life is changing. Buying a morning coffee with a wave of your watch, converting foreign currency online and sending money to someone on the other side of the world are all transactions that have become simple. And international education is one of the many global industries benefitting from the rise of fintech. Natalie Marsh reports.
An innovative video interview company based in China is expecting "tremendous growth" for 2013-2014 since it has seen strong take-up among prospective international students keen to demonstrate their English language capabilities on film. Its emergence taps into global concerns with fraud in the high-stakes admissions process.