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April 2014 issue
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Enhanced job capabilities and cultural awareness, language acquisition and university credit: just some of the benefits of a volunteer/work experience placement overseas. Where visa rules allow, agents have placed a steady stream of clients on these programmes over the years, and the hangover from the global recession has largely fuelled demand further. Claire Twyman reports on the latest developments within this lucrative sector.
While business was definitely on the increase for Turkish agents in 2013, the future remains uncertain due to currency and political changes. Bethan Norris reports.
As far as study abroad destinations go, Canada is one of the best with its open attitude towards multiculturalism and diverse landscape lending itself to all activities, as Georgina Deacon discovers.
Rich in history and architectural styles, blessed with glorious sunshine and a varied landscape, and a venue for countless festivals, Andalucía is a vibrant and diverse destination, writes Matthew Knott.
Style and substance
Quality of teaching will always be paramount, but a schoolxs facilities can also tip the balance in a parent's and student's decision about where to study. Jane Vernon Smith finds out more.