Places to study
July 2015 issue
News Round Up
Inside the industry
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English education in Asia
Potentially the largest growth sector within the international education industry, the popularity of English-medium education in Asia is growing rapidly among Asian students due to the quality of provision and low travel costs. Georgina Deacon finds out more.
Amid political and civil unrest, Ukrainian study travel agents have continued to send students abroad. Nicola Hancox finds out more..
Agents and New Zealand schools
New Zealand is reliant on agents to recruit international students for its buoyant high school sector, and Claire Twyman discovers that relations between providers and agents are fairly harmonious.
UK International Study Centres
International Study Centres give overseas students academic and language tuition in a more sheltered environment than a mainstream boarding school. Bethan Norris reports.
Jan Capper, Director of Ialc
Jan Capper, Director of independent language school association, Ialc, talks about how she discovered the study travel industry and the most rewarding moments of her career.
I heart Liverpool
Home of the Beatles, passionate football fans and the UK’s largest cathedral, Liverpool is a jewel in the crown of England’s North West. Nicola Hancox grabs a bowl of scouse and tucks into what Liverpool has to offer.
Vive la France!
Glamour, art, sophistication, fine weather and world-renowned gastronomy make France a perennially attractive destination for international students. With a paint brush in one hand and a wine glass in the other, Matthew Knott investigates.