Education New Zealand/NCUK partnership to “create int’l student pipeline”

Backed by more than NZD$300,000 in scholarships a year, the Global New Zealand Education Pathways initiative will begin in 2021, and offer three NCUK pathway qualifications, either online or in-country. “International education will play a vital role in the recovery of the New Zealand economy” “This ground-breaking initiative gives students around the world more choice and […]

Glasgow to offset non-EU international student travel

As part of a new target for carbon neutrality by 2030, the institution will pay to offset one return journey a year for every student from outside Europe. “There’s a clear demand from students and staff that we go further and faster” Offsetting is one way the...

UK “standout performer” in international student recruitment race

Compiled by Navitas in September, the research found that agent responses indicated that the way governments have handled the coronavirus is becoming less of a choice factor as the pandemic evolves. “New Zealand, Canada and Australia are all considered more safe and...

17,584 fewer int’l student enrolments for K-12 schools

The online survey was launched in late September 2020, to find out how the pandemic had affected CAPS-I members’ fall 2020 international students programs and enrolment.  “We’ve gone from about forty five fifty thousand international students to fifteen thousand this...

UKCISA events place international student support in spotlight

UKCISA’s events, marking International Student Day and International Education Week, included presentations from the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education and the HE regulator the Office for Students, both explaining what support international...