UK must reverse its “self-defeating” student recruitment course
UK must reverse its “self-defeating” student recruitment course

Following eight years of fighting a “losing battle” to attract students from other countries, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for International Students in the UK has launched an inquiryreporton how...


Ireland: High Court health insurance ruling a “blow” for international students
Ireland: High Court health insurance ruling a “blow” for international students

Private medical insurance is set to become considerably more expensive for certain international students in Ireland after a court ruled in favour of a determination of “ordinarily resident in the Sta...


Delivering insight into the international education market for IAJN
Delivering insight into the international education market for IAJN

More than 10,000 international alumni from all over Asia have taken part in a wide-ranging survey by Decision Lab, conducted in conjunction with the International Alumni Job Network (IAJN) about emplo...


Global alumni dissatisfied with UK post-study work rights
Global alumni dissatisfied with UK post-study work rights

The UK has scored lowest for satisfaction on post-study work rights and value for money among international students who responded to the International Student Employment Outcomes and Satisfaction sur...


WOMEN’S INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
WOMEN’S INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The Australian Consulate-General, together with partner organisations, today announces the Women in Vietnam 2018 Internship Program. We welcome applications from female tertiary graduates & final year...


Australia-educated students more likely to get a pay rise
Australia-educated students more likely to get a pay rise

This article was written on October 9, 2018 by Tim Dodd. Australia is among the top countries for international students to secure salary increases once they graduate, according to a newly release...


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