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  • UK HE: US overtakes India as first year enrolments drop
    The number of first-year non-EU enrolments to UK higher education providers has fallen by 3%, according to new data released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency.The data, from the academic year ... 【MORE】
  • Ireland to introduce long-awaited English language reforms this month
    The Irish Department of Justice has confirmed reforms it laid out in May for Ireland’s international educators will come into force this month, including the publication of an updated list of pr ... 【MORE】
  • NZ: Strong Growth Driven By Postgrads
    New Zealand’s education sector is continuing to enjoy strong growth, with new figures showing 13% year-on-year growth in international student numbers in the first two semesters of 2015. Swellin ... 【MORE】
  • Spending Time Overseas Leads to Workplace Innovation, Says Study
    Those who have participated in an international experience are more likely to progress into a job role involving innovation than those who haven’t, according to a recent British Council report.A ... 【MORE】
  • Canadians urged to increase short-term study abroad
    Career anxiety, inertia and safety and financial concerns all present barriers for Canadian students to study overseas, but providing short-term study abroad opportunities could be key to increasing o ... 【MORE】
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