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Contents - May 2010
Higher education in Scandinavia
International student numbers at universities in Scandinavia are increasing due to free tuition and high living standards, yet international marketing efforts on behalf of institutions themselves remain muted. Bethan Norris reports.
Overseas tuition fees on the rise in the UK
Students unfazed by US visa restrictions
Frustration for Ireland’s higher education
NZ tertiary branches out
China has long dominated New Zealand’s HE sector. However, India and Saudi Arabia are becoming important student markets, says Nicola Hancox.
British Boarding Schools
News: Felsted school becomes Roud Square Member
Feature: Boarding school deposits
Agent Profile: Barbara Glasmacher Internationale Schulberatung
Contents - April 2010
Offshore university campuses
Offshore university campuses are not a new phenomenon but they are becoming more prolific and in many countries are changing the face of higher education provision. Bethan Norris reports.
Canada extends Student Partners Program in India
Lancaster Uni links with Asia
US high school promotes mobile learning
Australian high school transition
It is imperative young students feel supported by their high school abroad, as Nicola Hancox discovers.
IB in the UK