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Chinese students in Australia spend more money than their Chinese peers studying in other parts of the world, a new
New data from Education New Zealand provided the final word on a strong 2014 for the country’s international education sector.
The government of Ontario announced that beginning this autumn it will permit universities to use up to 25% of allocated
More than three-quarters of parents would consider sending their children abroad for university, according to global banking giant HSBC. Parents
Beginning in August, students from outside the European Union who come to study at publicly funded Further Education (FE) colleges
According to a recent prospective student survey by QS, the producer of the World University Rankings, the majority of students
The Australian government released its Draft National Strategy for International Education, which places research, increased international student numbers, and an
A recent survey by Times Higher Education (THE) found that 124 British institutions recruited a total of 58,257 students via