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Study pathways of international students in Australia

In their Australian education experience, the majority of international students undertake study in more than one educational sector. The English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) sector is the first step in an Australian study pathway for two out of every five international students who study in Australia’s tertiary sector. Many other study pathways are also followed by international students. For example, 47 per cent of international students in Australian schools go onto further study in the tertiary sector and 48 per cent of international students in higher education had studied in another sector previously.[AU]

 

Graduate survey shows stark differences in salaries

Thanks to Statistics Canada’s National Graduate Survey 2010, we already knew that the vast majority of university graduates were employed and earning decent incomes three years after graduating.[CA]

 

Who should handle a university’s social media in China?

A growing number of Chinese students are going abroad to study every year – almost 400,000 in 2012, and growing at 17% year-on-year – and education institutions around the world have opened their arms to welcome this new cohort of customers. Many have gone a step further by reaching out to these students on the Chinese social web.[UWN]

   

New survey highlights international students’ top priorities when considering where to study

Hobsons recently released a new report called Beyond the data: Influencing international student decision making. The report is based on Hobsons’ International Student Survey and provides important insights into how international students decide where they will go for study abroad.[CA]

 

The Engine of International Education

The Engine of International Education [CA]

   

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