international students need entry timeline “as soon as possible”

Stakeholders are saying that they are extremely disappointed with how sluggish policy changes are going and people have “lost trust in Japan”. “The current border policies are not helping to keep Omicron out, since most people in Japan can go in and out, but a...

Swiss school takes top prize at International School Awards

The headline prize was awarded in addition to the 12 category winners at the organisation’s International School Awards, selected from more than 260 school nominations from 48 countries. Among other winners were the International School of Kenya, Nairobi, Rugby School...

Pupil numbers rise at British international schools

The 2021 COBIS Annual Research Survey, conducted in late 2021 in partnership with GL Education, found that 51% of the 115 responding schools reported pupil numbers had risen this year. In the 2020 survey, 22% of respondents had said the same. A total of 47% of schools...

poor US relations hindering popularity among international students

In this week’s PIE Chat, Wang Wei, chairman of East & West International Education talked about the negative relations that have been ongoing between the two countries. “Ever since Trump, and now the Biden administration, the anti-China attitude which is hindering...

SDGs link with international partnerships mapped

The Role of international higher education partnerships in contributing to the sustainable development goals report – published by the British Council and The Association of Commonwealth Universities – highlights that there is a “complementary relationship” between...