Vietnamese Students: How Do You Recruit Them?

Vietnam is a country with remarkable history of development. Since 1986, it has turned from one of the world’s poorest regions into one of the world’s fastest-growing economies! Vietnam’s current population is over 95 million people or 1.27% of the world’s total population....
Posted On 18 Jul 2017

How To Reach and Recruit Students From China

We’re used to talking about internationalisation of nations and cultures as something given that merely exists worldwide and is easily accessible by everyone. We also take for granted Internet, with its ubiquitous penetration worldwide, as the main vessel for this process....
Posted On 10 Jul 2017

Erika Rodriguez, Studies Planet: I was an international student myself

Our FREE webinar “Explore new student recruitment opportunities in Latin America” is on today! Just a few hours left before we start our journey into the sea of Latin American student mobility specifics. We’d like to use the time to present you with...
Posted On 27 Jun 2017

Carmen Jaramillo, VP of COICEC: Ecuador is a family oriented society

As previously announced, we’re hosting a FREE webinar on topic “Explore new student recruitment opportunities in Latin America“. Our goal is to provide international educators interested in the Latin American region with current information about key...
Posted On 26 Jun 2017

FREE Webinar: Explore new student recruitment opportunities in Latin America

Are you thinking of strategies to start out the next academic year in a more successful manner? Summer is the perfect time to think about reaching out to new student audiences and trying new strategies. Most probably you are asking yourself dozens of questions: How to learn more...
Posted On 20 Jun 2017

Going Beyond The Top 4: Why Adding More Countries To The Mix Is Essential?

China, India, South Korea and Saudi Arabia are the top 4 source markets for international students in the world. These countries are famous for producing the biggest numbers of students who enjoy the benefits of international mobility. Knowing this, many educators...
Posted On 19 Jun 2017

Latin America: The Emerging Student Market

The education industry has a huge global presence these days, and there are numerous opportunities for international educators out there. Many institutions worldwide are already considering to search for and enter new markets for student recruitment. Latin America is...
Posted On 13 Jun 2017

UPDATE: PON projects deadline now moved to 15 June

Following a postponement of the initially announced official PON projects submission deadline from 28 May to 8 June, the Italian Ministry of Education has now extended the deadline for submissions of European Citizenships projects&nbsp to 15 June. According to the...
Posted On 31 May 2017

PON projects deadline for Italian schools extended to 8 June

Last Thursday, the Italian Ministry of Education announced that the deadline for Italian secondary schools to submit their PON project proposals has been postponed. The application procedure has been extended until 8 June instead of the initially announced deadline of...
Posted On 16 May 2017

The Future of Education: Demographic Trends

Population shifts are changing the world everywhere. What’s happening now affects not only geographies, but also industries spanning from business to education. A huge demographic growth in Asia in the past decades lead to exponential boost of the local economy. Europe...
Posted On 28 Apr 2017

PON 2017: Italian Ministry of Education Announces New Funding

The Italian Ministry of Education with the “Avviso quadro MIUR prot. n. 950” has recently announced the initiatives and funding available with the 2017 PON Programme. These will be released in the upcoming months for a set of key strategic areas, including in particular: Language...
Posted On 13 Apr 2017

Small-Town Liberal Arts US Colleges: A Hidden Gem In International Education?

Small town charms attract fewer students in the US each year. Why? It seems calm environment, opportunity to focus on learning and strong ties with local community apparently don’t provide enough excitement for most. Could this seeming decline in small liberal arts...
Posted On 13 Apr 2017