CulturaGo launches study abroad prep courses online

The online programs are designed to prepare students for the “unique cultural environment” in their chosen study destination and by doing so, opening paths for them to “have a deeper and more meaningful experiences” overseas. Additionally, they aim to “increase access to study and work abroad experiences by addressing the fear associated with traveling to […]

Survey findings suggest “eagerness to study abroad”

“A year and a half on from the outbreak of Covid-19, the findings suggest the students’ eagerness to study abroad during pandemic, with around half of the students surveyed (25% of the total sample) considering studying abroad, with the UK and Spain as the top foreign...

Canadian unis grapple with Covid-19 vaccine policies

“Covid-19 is nasty,” he wrote in the Toronto Star newspaper. “It kills. It mutates. It will not go away until we defeat it through vaccinations. Seneca is proud to be doing its part.” Seneca has more than 5,000 international students, although that number may have...

Chinese edtech reacts to new tutoring and financial regulations

The new regulations, which have been anticipated for several months, broadly address two different aspects of business operations: course content and delivery, and the financial set up of companies. Extracurricular programs will be limited, schools will be prevented...