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A new global survey reinforces the importance of career outcomes in the decision making of prospective international students.

The students' responses highlight as well that a majority carefully weigh affordability, including costs of study, availability of scholarships, and work opportunities, when choosing among institutions and study destinations.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/05/international-student-survey-reveals-opportunities-competitive-differentiation/
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New Zealand’s international student numbers fell off 7% through August 2017. This decline was largely influenced by a 29% decrease in Indian enrolments, and by a 30% drop in registrations for unfunded private training centres.

More broadly, there are a number of important shifts afoot in the country this year, in terms of enrolment distribution by sending market, study sector, and regional destination within New Zealand.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/05/new-zealands-foreign-enrolment-dipped-2017/
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Erasmus+ is one of the largest student mobility initiatives in the world but the current European Union funding agreement for it will come to an end in 2020.

Earlier this month, the European Commission proposed a doubling of Erasmus+ spending for an overall allocation of €30 billion, or about US$36 billion, for the upcoming budget cycle for 2021-2027.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/05/funding-erasmus-double-e30-billion-says-european-commission/
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A new global survey provides fresh insights on the motivations and decision processes of students when planning for language study abroad.

This year’s respondents reflect the increasing importance of future academic goals, and the continuing key role played by education agents in advising students and informing school selection.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/05/study-reveals-shifting-motivations-for-language-travel-and-changes-in-how-students-book-courses/
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India has set a goal to quadruple its foreign student numbers and to host 200,000 visiting students, by 2023.

In support of that goal, the Indian government has launched a new Study in India campaign, complete with a major web portal, an international marketing campaign, and full or partial fee waivers for up to 15,000 international students.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/04/india-set-becoming-major-regional-study-destination/
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There was a 23% increase in Brazilian outbound in 2017, with a record 302,000 students studying abroad that year.

Overall outbound mobility has grown by nearly 40% over the last three years, marking a pronounced recovery from a downturn in the market in 2015.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/04/brazil-second-year-strong-growth/
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With so many student recruitment channels in play these days, it can be a challenge to keep up with best practice in all areas.

This helpful roundup provides some easy-to-adopt ideas to help get the most of your video marketing, student testimonials, and social channels.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/04/three-smart-ways-give-recruitment-marketing-boost/
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The Indonesia government has announced that it anticipates the first agreements between foreign education providers and local private-sector partners to be established later this year.

Senior ministers have suggested that this long-delayed move will go ahead this year, resulting in five to ten new foreign campuses in the country.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/04/indonesia-prepared-welcome-foreign-universities/
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We continue our “From the Field” interview series today in conversation with Dr Khandker Huda, CEO of the Dhaka-based education agency Visa World Wide Admission.

Dr Huda describes a rapidly evolving landscape for outbound mobility in Bangladesh – one where overall student numbers are growing quickly but so too is an expanding range of study destinations that are attracting Bangladeshi students.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/03/factors-driving-growth-bangladeshi-outbound/
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After a couple of sluggish years, English language schools in Malta saw substantial growth in 2017 with a 13.6% increase in enrolments and a nearly 7% jump in student weeks.

Much of this growth was driven by Italy, which remains far and away the largest sending market for Maltese providers, but Brazil and Poland registered notable gains as well. In addition, the junior market continues to be an important segment for Malta with more than half of all students under the age of 18 in 2017.

http://monitor.icef.com/2018/03/maltas-elt-student-numbers-jump-14/
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