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September 2015 issue
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What do students think of agents?
Special Report Students’ experiences with agencies vary widely. Bethan Norris asks students about their individual experiences and discovers that a standard consultation does not necessarily exist in the study abroad agency business.
Despite India having the largest higher education system in the world, Indian students are still motivated to study abroad. Nicola Hancox finds out why.
UK state-funded sixth form colleges
State-funded sixth form colleges in the UK provide specialist education for 16-to-19 year olds with competitive fees, an immersive experience and a route into university, as Matthew Knott discovers.
Chinese students at Australian schools
Numbers of Chinese students are continuing to rise dramatically in Australian secondary schools. Eleanor Healy discovers what draws juniors to this country and how they cope with the transition.
On the eve of retirement as Executive Director of English Australia after 13 years, Sue Blundell reflects on life-changing industry experiences, her work and proudest achievements.
From the wild and spectacular coastlines of Cornwall to the family-friendly seaside resorts of Kent, the UK’s South Coast throws up a selection of experiences for visiting international students. Join Nicola Hancox as she takes a whistle-stop tour.
With compelling, unspoilt scenery and vibrant, cultural cities, New Zealand is a force to be reckoned with as an international study destination. Georgina Deacon takes a trip down, ready to attach the bungy jump rope and dive into this spectacular and magical country.
Canadian colleges in the spotlight
Canadian colleges have in the past been overshadowed by other post-secondary education opportunities on the international stage. Now, however, they are edging into the spotlight. Gillian Evans reports.