While South American agencies think Brexit could boost UK-bound business because of the cheaper pound, a major Indian agent has signalled safety concerns impacting the market and in the EU, restricting access to loan funding is the big issue.
We all lead "digitally enabled" lives but what consequences does the rise in digital innovation have for the landscape of study travel, in particular for the booking process and the future of the education agencies who marshal the ambitions of students? Natalie Marsh finds out.
Pathway provider North Consortium UK (NCUK) has expanded its programmes into India for the first time in its 25 year history, after signing an agreement with the Delhi based training arm of Indian student consultancy The Chopras. This agreement is the first of NCUK's three new market entries coming to fruition in 2014.
Overseas education has always been a booming industry, and in billion-plus and burgeoning India, its effects can only be reaped. Surplus demand for the best domestic colleges, and unrealistically high entrance requirements, set off around 400,000 young Indians overseas in search of a more rounded education each year. Arundati Dandapani assesses the appeal of some of the top destinations vying for a share of the Indian student market.