WeChat and Tiktok ban unlikely to affect international student recruitment

In August, the Trump administration released two executive orders prohibiting transactions with ByteDance and Tencent relating to their apps TikTok and WeChat. Commonly used by Chinese international students to stay in touch with friends and family back home, and one of the main ways international student recruiters communicate with Chinese students, the US Department of […]

Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility inclusivity to be improved

During a talk at the recent virtual conference held by the European Association for International Education, panellists discussed a study on the implementation of EU’s policy around disadvantaged students and ICM, which was carried out in January by the SPHERE...

IEAA celebrates innovators in Aus international education

Australia’s international education sector is the nation’s fourth largest export and the world’s third most popular study destination for international students. “Over one in 50 people in Australia is an international student,” said IEAA CEO, Phil Honeywood....

Student VIP International launches Remote Study Health Program

The Canadian government has allowed international students to study remotely without impacting their post-graduate work permit eligibility, resulting in about 50% of international students enrolled at some postsecondary educational institutes across Canada studying...