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Educational institutions sign MOU - IBNLive.com

Educational institutions sign MOU - IBNLive.com | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
Educational institutions sign MOUIBNLive.comCHENNAI: Rajalakshmi Education Private Limited and University of Worcester have signed a Progression Agreement to offer Indian students a chance to pursue an International Bachelors Degree in Game Design...
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Sydney named top destination in the world for international students

Sydney named top destination in the world for international students | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
Sydney is the most popular city in the world for international university students, beating more than 83 cities including London, Paris and New York to the coveted spot, a new global ranking reveals.
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University of Mumbai to e-deliver papers for more courses - Education Week

University of Mumbai to e-deliver papers for more courses - Education Week | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
University of Mumbai to e-deliver papers for more courses http://t.co/pPS9fdR4pa
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The BBC teams up with University College London - The Next Web

The BBC teams up with University College London - The Next Web | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
BBC Research & Development has announced a strategic partnership with University College London (UCL), aimed at bringing together researchers from both sides to work on the challenges faced by digital media.
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Baccalaureate Bologna | Inside Higher Ed

Baccalaureate Bologna | Inside Higher Ed | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
RT @dlbrydon: .@ejlp Baccalaureate #Bologna via @UVenus http://t.co/3v9vmT6p #globalhighered...
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2013 GWP-University of Dundee International Water Law Scholarships Program in UK

2013 GWP-University of Dundee International Water Law Scholarships Program in UK | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
2013 GWP-University of Dundee International Water Law Scholarships Program in UK.
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International Education Week recognizes students from abroad - The Manitoban

International Education Week recognizes students from abroadThe ManitobanThe award will honour the “international students of the year,” with the first winners being announced at next year's banquet, according to Colin Fraser, marketing coordinator...
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Mexican Universities Offer Collaboration, Educational Opportunities ...

International Excellence Awards Announced. Mexican Universities Offer Collaboration, Educational Opportunities. November 16, 2012 | By Carolyn Gonzales.
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Embassy Highlights International Education Week at @america, on ...

Embassy Highlights International Education Week at @america, on ... | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
To encourage more Indonesians to study in the United States, Embassy Jakarta's high-tech cultural center @america celebrated International Education Week (November 12-16) by hosting over 15 outreach events.
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CIEE International Education Week in North Carolina

Intan of Indonesia shares her story about being selected with the YES program and coming to America through CIEE to North Carolina.youtube.com...
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COLLEGE COUNSELOR: Thinking Internationally For Higher ... - Gazette Newspapers

COLLEGE COUNSELOR: Thinking Internationally For Higher ...Gazette NewspapersTwo years ago, my friend's daughter was accepted into St. Andrews University in Scotland. Her academic credentials, intellectual curiosity, and insatiable work ...
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Education ministry plans expansion of International Baccalaureate in Japan

The Japanese government has decided to expand availability of International Baccalaureate programs, ...
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JFK University Institute of Entrepreneurial Leadership Selected to ... - San Francisco Chronicle (press release)

JFK University Institute of Entrepreneurial Leadership Selected to ...San Francisco Chronicle (press release)John F.
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2014 Monthly Summaries - International Student Data - For Australian education institutions - Austrade

2014 Monthly Summaries - International Student Data - For Australian education institutions - Austrade | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
Monthly summaries of international student enrolment and commencement data for 2014.
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Australian Higher Education 2025 Avoiding Carpet Baggers and Degree Mills Tag

Thoughts on Australian Higher Education Policy as emerging through debates on the upcoming Budget.

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As the federal government sets about justifying its changes to the higher education sector some further reflection on logic and outcomes may assist comment further on the implications of changes to educational opportunities. It is widely accepted Australian Universities are at capacity with an average 20% provision of international enrollment. Therefore it seems logical to expand provision for international student enrollment by increasing the ability of private providers to access streamlined visa processing a first step. Furthermore in the latest expected budget proposal from the coalition, that these same providers will now have access to Federal funding for domestic places.

 

The first question to ask for such a direction is; Is there really a higher level of demand for Australian Higher Education? Australia, internationally, is usually 3rd or 4th as a destination of study behind the United Kingdom (UK), the United States of America (USA) and sometimes Canada. Therefore one has to question whether more supply in Australia will lead to more students. Of course, the OECD higher education statistics expect these numbers to rise to 8 million by 2025, from 2 million in 2013. Examining the current composition of global supply; the USA receives around 765,000 (or 38%); the UK 425,265 (or 21%); Canada from currently 265,000 (or 13%) planning to grow to 450,000. Australia gets around 200,000 (or 10%) of current students, expectations of growth are unclear. Anticipating the 2025 figures need to be read in conjunction with rising educational provision in India and China expecting to have 40%, (3.2million) Malaysia expecting to grow to 1.3% (100,000,) Singapore expecting to grow to 150,000 1.9%, Korea expecting to grow to 1.3% 100,000. With the USA, the UK percentages remaining constant (38% and 21% respectively), Canada achieving 5.6% as planned, and these new markets achieving a total of 44.5% the Australian 10% is not guaranteed.

 

In order to keep pace with this expanding provision, some rates of international government investment , for example China in 2013 total investment of equivalent AUD179million. Australia will need more investments in provision of places for students but also increase Research investment. Indeed the logic of the free market which leads to the opening of funding for places must also logically include opening the research funding market to private providers. In fact this is paramount to ensuring quality in these institutions and in a longer term policy developing the international reputation of Australian universities based on the contribution to knowledge and research as well as research training will ensure a greater and lasting effect.

 

Those of us in this sector for a few of these cycles can hardly resist the comment that after the feast comes the famine. However, if, as the logic extends, there is increased government funding for all in Higher Education. I personally look forward to the day Private universities in Australia are able to rank in the top world 200 universities and that one day Australia will challenge the UK and the US for dominance of the education market.

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OECD educationtoday: Got any good ideas about how to improve education?

OECD educationtoday: Got any good ideas about how to improve education? | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
RT @OECD_Edu: Find out how to apply for a fellowship to work with international experts on education policy at the OECD in Paris http://t.co/mDOpO7Tu...
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Teachers College, Columbia University: Not Just Solely for Teachers

Teachers College, Columbia University: Not Just Solely for Teachers | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
Early on in life, I have been aware of my fondness for school. I enjoy learning new things, sitting in classes, and walking in hallways.
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Collaboration with the Global Issues Network (GIN) Abu Dhabi.

WIDS, the summit, is the UK's largest student-led development summit, with an aim to raise awareness and inspire debate.
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Troy University could take top spot for international enrollment - al.com (blog)

Troy University could take top spot for international enrollment - al.com (blog) | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
al.com (blog)Troy University could take top spot for international enrollmental.com (blog)By comparison, the University of Alabama had 1,036 and Auburn University had 1,022 during the 2010-11 academic year, according to analysis by the NAFSA: Association...
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KSU Announces International Expansion - Patch.com

KSU Announces International Expansion - Patch.com | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
KSU Announces International ExpansionPatch.comKennesaw State University will open its first permanent international education site in Montepulciano, Italy, enabling the expansion of the study-abroad programs the university has conducted in that...
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Students from China add $5b to US economy - China Daily

Students from China add $5b to US economy - China Daily | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
MLive.comStudents from China add $5b to US economyChina DailyThe Open Doors 2012 report, published on Tuesday by the Institute of International Education with support from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US State Department, ...
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The Complete 2012 Business Schools Ranking

The Complete 2012 Business Schools Ranking | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
How each school fared on each element of Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking methodology (The 2012 US Business Schools Ranking.# 24 - University of Maryland @SmithSchool - http://t.co/V5t213bm...)...
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Times Higher Education - Sweet or sour? Fans of Grayling's courses defend the menu

Interesting article on merits/dangers of private education re AC Grayling's new university: http://t.co/SOqk82sa via @timeshighered...
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Disney Pixar “Monsters University” Pictures | Disney Dreaming

Disney Pixar “Monsters University” Pictures | Disney Dreaming | International Education in Australia | Scoop.it
Here are some pictures from Disney/Pixar's upcoming movie Monsters University! The movie is scheduled to arrive in theaters on June 21, 2013. Here's a.
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210 foreign universities' diplomas recognised in Russia - ICEF Monitor

This entry was posted in Europe, Higher Education, Regions, Russia and tagged accreditation, international students, Russia, scholarships, STEM, student mobility, student recruitment, study abroad, work abroad by Editor.
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