Much like 2020, this year has been hard on international students. We saw a continuation of the chaos and confusion caused by the pandemic, with those who wished to study abroad having to navigate an ever-changing picture of travel restrictions and vaccine and quarantine requirements.
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From acquisitions and mergers, innovation in data-led recruitment and renewed calls for frameworks and regulation in the agent sphere, 2021 has been a busy year for international recruitment. We look back on the news over the past year.
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After what most can agree was tough year in the English Language Teaching sector, players and stakeholders were determined to kickstart operations. The PIE News takes a look at what’s been going on in the English Language Teaching sector in 2021, and highlights in English language testing.
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After a “gruelling competition” with over 1300 applicants and five rounds of “close expert scrutiny", QS announced the winners of their Reimagine Education Awards at a virtual ceremony last week.
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The UK government would be well advised to make a “comprehensive knowledge partnership” with India as part of ongoing discussions regarding the proposed free trade agreement.
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Public colleges in Ontario are risking being in a “precarious position” because of an over-relilance on international student fees, with 68% of tuition fees coming from international students, says a new report from the auditor general.
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Many UK university students are reportedly struggling with “loneliness and declining mental health”, with a staggering 80% saying it contributed to their issues, according to new research by IT and consulting services company Accenture.
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London's Nacel English School is completing the rebuild of its building featuring residence options with the view to welcoming its first students in March.
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International education provider Study Group has announced a new North American partnership with US public research institution Florida Atlantic University.
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Out of all the dimensions of student experience we measure, students were least satisfied with online learning. There is still a gap between student expectations and the reality in online classrooms
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