Informations internationales hors Europe
17 janvier 2020

US still top study destination for Chinese students, but UK gaining ground – survey

By Kerrie Kennedy. The US is still the most popular destination for China’s study abroad hopefuls, but the country is facing stiff competition from the UK and other popular destinations according to a new study. More...

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16 janvier 2020

Réunion des ministres de l’éducation du groupe des pays du G7

France Éducation international a accueilli deux événements exceptionnels.
Le second événement était la réunion des ministres de l’éducation du groupe des pays du G7 organisée en amont de la réunion des chefs d’Etat et de gouvernement que la France organise au mois d’août prochain. Deux thèmes ont été particulièrement mis en avant : la scolarisation précoce, d’une part, comme vecteur de lutte contre les inégalités à l’école dès le plus jeune âge, défi majeur auquel l’ensemble des États est confronté ; la qualité de la formation des enseignants, d’autre part, qui constitue une condition essentielle de l’élévation du niveau scolaire et de la lutte contre les inégalités. L’enjeu est de leur assurer une formation initiale et continue de qualité et de répondre aux nouveaux défis de la société. Deux grands thèmes pour le monde de demain où les enjeux en matière d’éducation sont considérables. Plus...

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15 janvier 2020

Int’l students “plug funding gap” in Irish unis, contribute €386m

By Kerrie Kennedy. A new report has found that international students attending Irish universities contributed an estimated €386 million to the country’s economy during 2017/2018. However, increasing student numbers overall is placing “intolerable strain” on the country’s university system, according to some. More...

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OIEG acquires Oxford Int’l College in UK

By Kerrie Kennedy. Oxford International Education Group, the UK-based multi-sector education operator, has acquired UK independent sixth-form college Oxford International College for an undisclosed sum. More...

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Global Experiences joins AIFS via buy-out

By Kerrie Kennedy. Global exchange organisation the American Institute For Foreign Study has announced the acquisition of US-based internship provider Global Experiences with a view to expanding the international internships offering for students. More...

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Bright Scholar to acquire equity in Start Camp

By Kerrie Kennedy. International K-12 operator in China Bright Scholar has announced it has entered into agreements to acquire 25% equity interest in Start Camp Education. The company targets to close the transaction in May 2019. More...

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IALC Seville sees “record-breaking” attendance

By Kerrie Kennedy. A highlight of the annual language travel calendar, IALC’s 2019 Seville Workshop was one of the largest in the organisation’s history, welcoming representatives of more than 100 schools, 121 agencies and 20 exhibitors to the lively and historic capital of Spain’s Andalusia region. More...

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UPSaclay & Beihang Uni sign MoU

By Kerrie Kennedy. Université Paris-Saclay has signed several agreements with Beihang University in Beijing, China, to collaborate on training the next generation of engineering and aeronautics experts. More...

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62% of employed int’l graduates of Irish HEIs employed in Ireland

By Kerrie Kennedy. Some 62% of international graduates of Irish higher education institutions who went into work after graduating in 2017 found employment in Ireland, with the majority (66%) of these finding employment in professional occupations, a Higher Education Authority survey has revealed. More...

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AIIMS & UCL sign partnership with dual focus

By Kerrie Kennedy. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi and University College London have entered into a new partnership that will enable closer research collaboration and increase academic and student exchange between the institutions. More...

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