The final academic year of the decade is a pivotal moment for higher education. Challenges are being met by increased technical and pedagogical innovation, plus increased revenue from philanthropical sources. So just what does the 2019/20 year hold in store? And what does it mean for students? Continue reading at MasterStudies.com. Advertisements
Markets that have previously been considered easy pickings for institutions keen to maintain a steady level of international students have recently been subject to unpredicted downturns, while new opportunities are emerging in unexpected areas such as Indonesia and Iran. As recently as 2015/16, Saudi Arabia was the third largest market for US institutions hoping to … More Education Actors: Keep An Eye On These 4 Countries
[…]Those universities that work proactively in developing and sustaining international recruitment, networks, and strategies can expect their students to be more highly valued by multinational employers, who value a broadness of experience and intercultural awareness. Along with the teaching, research, and service staff, they will enjoy the opportunity to connect with talented students and faculty … More How Can Universities Promote Internationalization?