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October 2015 issue
News Round Up
Inside the industry
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There is good peak body representation for those providing education for international students aged between 12 and 18 years. Nicola Hancox talks to associations in the main five English-speaking destinations about their missions, mandates and current trends and discovers the level of agent engagement within this sector of study travel varies from market to market.
Korean agencies registered another decline in average business this year, with changing course requests a consequence of challenging economic conditions.
Agent fam trips in the USA
Agent familiarisation trips are a growing and popular marketing method for private high schools in the USA. Bethan Norris finds out the benefits and what’s involved.
Nursing courses are as appealing as ever for international students, but require hard work and dedication. Eleanor Healy discovers more about the training behind this indispensable vocation.
Beyond the outback
Australia is vast with fewer than three persons per square kilometre. With a dry, arid and sparsely populated interior, most of its population inhabits the lively urbanised cities along its east and west coast. Nicola Hancox reports from the ‘island continent’.
Undoubtedly the most seductive city in the South of France, Montpellier is elegant, packed with culture and truly unforgettable. Eleanor Healy is lured into this subtly stylish metropolis.
Despite the ISP rulings, language schools in Canada remained stable throughout 2014, with some reporting fluctuations in different markets. Georgina Deacon looks into the sector and finds out how schools kept up bookings despite challenging and uncertain times.
Especially for you
- home tuition programmes
For clients with specific objectives, or who want to make the maximum progress in the shortest possible time, the flexibility of a home tuition course may be what they are looking for, discovers Jane Vernon Smith.