Survey highlights K-12 to higher education issues in UAE

The research compiled by Gyanberry Study Abroad Solutions sought to find the challenges and problems faced by the UAE K-12 students and their parents when gaining admission to higher education globally. It garnered responses from 1,600+ participants, including 1,000 Graduating class students, 400 Junior class students and 250 parents. “Addressing the needs of UAE based K-12 students requires a more […]

US institution and agent partnerships “growing”, survey suggests

The study, carried out by the American International Recruitment Council and the National Association for College Admission Counseling, found that 49% of the responding 294 institutions currently partner with agents to recruit undergraduate international students....

Survey maps FE college international activity in UK

A survey of further education, sixth form, tertiary and specialist colleges in UK – carried out by Association of Colleges – found a trend of international student enrolments “steadily and worryingly” declining. “It is time to reverse the decade-long decline in FE...

Survey shows international schools’ “resilience and creativity”

The survey of 92 COBIS schools showed members prioritised high-quality teaching and learning, and pastoral care for their communities during a “challenging period”. Some 90% of its international schools have offered families the opportunity to pay in instalments,...