05 décembre 2019

ALCC in New York closes suddenly, students moved to local schools

By Patrick Atack. The American Language Communications Center in New York City closed in early April, causing confusion and panic for students who may face both financial and legal issues. More...

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UK govt details Erasmus+ guarantee process

By Patrick Atack. The UK government has announced its process for supplying the mobility funds it has guaranteed to cover in the event, however unlikely, that Brexit goes ahead without a deal. More...

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‘Creative Spark’ funding extended another year

By Patrick Atack. The British Council has extended its ‘Creative Spark‘ program in eastern Europe to accept new applications from enterprise-focused institutions interested in improving internationalisation. More...

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China “opening education to the outside world” – policy document

By Patrick Atack. The Chinese Ministry of Education has unveiled its policy points with regards to “opening education to the outside world” for 2019. In a document released online, the ministry outlined 34 aims, with “six major aspects”. More...

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Scottish HE leaders brand Brexit visa plans ‘crass’

By Patrick Atack. As many in London brace themselves for three crucial Brexit votes in parliament, universities and educators further north are calling for a change to the planned visa arrangements, which would come into place if no deal can be agreed and the UK ‘crashes out’ of the EU. More...

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UK IntlEd firm named “Export Champion”

By Patrick Atack. M2R Education has been named a ‘Northern Powerhouse Export Champion’ at a ceremony supported by the UK government’s Department for International Trade. The Wakefield-based company recruits teachers for British international schools and language centres globally, and is a COBIS supporting member. More...

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Professional awards safe from Brexit – NARIC

By Patrick Atack. UK NARIC, the agency contracted by the government to assess international education and improve recognition of awards globally, has sought to reassure those with professional qualifications that even a hard ‘no-deal’ Brexit would not threaten their awards’ recognition. More...

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International students in Spain in limbo with residency permit delays

By Patrick Atack. Many international students in Spain have been left without access to basic rights such as the ability to rent a flat or open a bank account due to bureaucratic delays that have doubled the wait time for residency permits. More...

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Sector reacts to UK “lollipop” growth strategy

By Patrick Atack. The weekend was abuzz with comments and opinions ranging in reaction to the newly announced UK international education strategy. Taking centre stage was the ambition to grow the sector by 30% and add £15bn to the sum raised by UK education export and TNE by 2030. More...

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Diversity Abroad reveals new five-year plan

By Patrick Atack. Diversity Abroad, the organisation which describes itself as a consortium for international education professionals promoting diversity in educational mobility, has announced a new medium-term strategy focused on a “revised and improved” approacht. More...

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