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Contents - September 2011
Land-based colleges in the UK
The UK has a high number of colleges specialising in land-based education and in recent years some have started to look overseas to recruit potential students. Bethan Norris finds out how these marketing efforts have been progressing.
New international student programme in Ontario
Malaysia outlines growth areas
Russia to fund study abroad for 10,000 students per year
Welcome to Canada
Spending more per capita on its education system than any other country in the world, Canada offers good support services and lower tuition rates. Nicola Hancox reports.
British Boarding Schools
News: ISC report highlights international student goals
Feature: Homestay versus boarding
Agent profile: Anna Lupushinskaya
Contents - August 2011
University pathway programmes
Many international students are keen to find the fastest and most effective route into higher education in a particular country and a range of pathway programmes on offer provide different ways of achieving this goal. Jane Vernon Smith finds out more.
Changes to student visas in New Zealand
University generates millions from student fees
Royal Holloway and Study Group launch foundation programme
IB in Australia
Australian high schools are embracing the IB diploma as a means of attracting international students. Bethan Norris reports.
North American High Schools
News: School group develops marketing plan
Feature: High schools’ university focus
Agent profile: Han Steen