MSM regularly conducts market research and reports and consolidates them into articles to support the research needs of the international education sector.

We’ve all seen how the COVID-19 pandemic, which began more than two years ago, resulted in health and safety measures and visa restrictions. Now that such measures and restrictions have all been relaxed in many parts of the globe, we now see the number of foreign graduate students entering major study destinations increasing.
In its proactive approach to bouncing back from the pandemic-induced drops in the number of international students, the government of Western Australia (WA) has allotted AU$10 million for an Agent Incentive Scheme.As a witness to how dedicated education agents are in helping foreign students in their overseas studies,..
For the longest time, India has been among the top five senders of international students. An August 2022 article from ICEF Monitor–with analyses from RedSeer Strategy Consultants, Institute of International Education (IIE), and IC3 Institute–shows some new trends and explains how India will remain to be a top..
Based on recent reports, the United States remains one of the leading choices for international students pursuing their higher education.According to the Open Doors® 2021 Report on International Educational Exchange, over 914,000 foreign students attended higher education institutions in all 50 states and the District of Columbia during the academic year 2020–21.

Survey Reports

MSM conducts surveys participated in by our partner agents. The surveys are done to ensure that we always touch base with our partners and see to it that we provide them with all the tools that they need in their student recruitment initiatives.

The reports emanating from these surveys contain valuable insights that international education professionals, HEI officials, and even students can make use of in their own research.