US sector celebrates Study Abroad Day

The aim of Study Abroad Day is to raise awareness about the deep impact that study abroad has on participants, such as increased awareness of diversity in cultures and perspectives and increased intercultural competence. Both study abroad alumnae themselves, Kunert is...

Sector reacts to “devolving” situation after Russian invasion

The President’s Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration came together to call on the US secretaries of defence and state to “designate Ukraine for Temporary Protected Status” and student relief after it was deemed it is “unsafe for Ukrainians to return”....

Australian sector cheers at employer survey findings

The survey, published by Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching, found that 85.3% of direct supervisors are satisfied with their new graduate employees, up from the 84.7% saying the same in 2020. It is the highest result since the survey began in 2016. “This is...

Review of the English Language Teaching sector in 2021

Turbulence in Europe ELT centres in the UK had a rough start to 2021, after English UK conducted research in March finding that student numbers fell by 79%, and lost £590m of revenue in 2020. Member outlook for recovery in 2021 “was less positive than the previous...