ECPI University: We are with you every step of the way

We live in times when political and other factors can affect the founding values of international education – diversity, inclusion and celebration of differences. As the world’s top study abroad destination, the US seems to be the most vulnerable to such...
Posted On 10 Oct 2017

Cashmere High School: Untapped potential? Mexico and Eastern Europe!

Wondering what it’s like to be an international education professional on the other side of the world? Sit comfortably, because you’re just about to find out! Meet Cashmere High School all the way from New Zealand, kindly represented to ETN Focus by Ms Tania Woodham....
Posted On 19 Sep 2017

Bath Spa University: International students are at the core of our strategy

“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” ― Jane Goodall What better way to start the week than with even more inspiration? Today we will inspire you with an educator that really makes a difference for its international...
Posted On 04 Sep 2017

Francesca Falcone, EF Peru: Breaking down barriers is our biggest reward

Are you ready for your daily dose of international student recruitment inspiration? We hope you are, because today you are going to learn from one of the industry’s biggest and finest!  We are delighted to have as our guest in the “Meet the Educator”...
Posted On 31 Aug 2017

Jennifer Phillips, WESLI: Latin American students are full of warmth

Ahead of our upcoming agents fairs in Latin America this September, we thought to share some first-hand educator impressions about this market. As you know, successful recruitment of Latin American students has its own peculiarities and subtleties. Are you looking...
Posted On 21 Jul 2017

SUL Language Schools: We Put Students Before Profit

If there is anything close to a universal language, it has to be English. English is without any doubt the most widespread and popular language that is spoken and understood by people from all corners of the world. If a means of communication has become so ubiquitous, could...
Posted On 07 Apr 2017

Gateway School Of English: A Family-Run School Can Provide A Lot Of Individual Attention

The language travel industry is a competitive field on a global scale, and even more so in beautiful sunny Malta, where learning a new language can be just another holiday. How then does a language school find a way to boast a competitive edge and differentiate from the rest in...
Posted On 21 Mar 2017

My Spanish Spot: Diversity Is Core To Any School

People say that learning a new language is like discovering a new culture. That’s maybe the reason why language courses abroad are so popular with so many people. Often, they’re seen as special kind of holidays where learning takes place not only through...
Posted On 13 Mar 2017

ELA Malta: 75% Of Our Bookings Come From Agents

When we think of Malta, we always start dreaming of sunny skies, beautiful beaches and crystal-clear seas. However, Malta is more than just a paradise for holiday-seekers. As a former British colony, the country has to this day English as an official language. This historical...
Posted On 20 Feb 2017

#YouAreWelcomeHere: How Temple University’s Campaign Went Viral

America has always been a symbol of democracy and the land of opportunity where dreams come true. Now, at the beginning of 2017, we’re seeing this long-standing image being challenged. Recent presidential elections have brought about some major controversies that could have...
Posted On 06 Feb 2017

TASIS England: Thriving with Diversity Is a Huge Challenge

Living in an increasingly global and interconnected community, we may feel tempted to take diversity for granted. If all the ingredients are already there, the mix should come out just right on its own. Shouldn’t it? After 2 hugely productive and inspiring days in...
Posted On 02 Nov 2016

INTERLINK Language Centers: Students’ Needs Come First

Language schools play a key role in the pursuit of education abroad. International students rely on them not just to master the appropriate level of language they will need to use for their studies and in everyday life in another country. Very often, language schools also lay a...
Posted On 25 Oct 2016