Pent-up international demand drive MBA and business applications

The annual 2021 Application Trends Survey, carried out by the Graduate Management Admission Council™, found that applicants whose citizenship differs from that of the country where the program is located increased by 4.1% in 2021 compared to the previous year....

Stevens Initiative analyses virtual exchange during Covid-19

Carried out by the Stevens Initiative, the survey found that the pandemic created a “significant window of opportunity” for online learning, and in particular for virtual exchange. Of 173 organisations responding to the impact of Covid-19, 119 reported that they had...

Austrade launch first national agent-focused event

The event marks one of the first events held by a national entity exclusively aimed at agents, organisers have said. Study Australia Global Agent Week was designed “especially for Australia’s global network of education agents” by the Study Australia partnership,...

US education organisations call for national strategy

The campaign comes after Open Doors data revealed that there were 914,095 international students and OPT participants in the US during the 2020/21 academic year, down from 1.08 million in 2016/17. “It is essential that the federal government support higher education’s...

Pacific Rim Universities eye up Esports opportunities

The Association of Pacific Rim Universities’ International University Centre at the Cyberport business park will offer serviced working spaces and a range of on-site facilities to “advance talent development, digital adoption, and innovation in the APAC and beyond”....