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

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

After more than two years of strictly closed borders due to the COVID-19 pandemic, New Zealand is slowly stripping its barricades to welcome the world for leisure travel, employment, and international education. As the latest data reports that over 3,980,190 or 95% of its eligible population were vaccinated..
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Nowadays, things are constantly changing faster than what is usual. Indeed, the pandemic birthed the era of “never normal” wherein we must be prepared for the uncertainty of the big changes of tomorrow.In the international education sector, institutions, partners, and foreign students continue to thrive in this..
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With the shift to online learning and the closure of borders in the last couple of years, education agencies initially expressed their concerns about the plight of higher education in the UK.In an article discussing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on 2020/21 UK Student data, HESA Lead Policy and Research Analyst Lucy Van Essen-Fishman said, “After higher education ...
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International education is a major contributor to Australian prosperity. In a government report, its value to the economy had grown to $40.3 billion a year and supported 250,000 jobs.The Australian education system has a high reputation for its top-notch system, prime institutions, culturally-diverse society, dramatic terrain and city life, and internship and work
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Primarily, one should be reminded of the difference between a labor shortage and a skills gap crisis. The two vastly differ from each other but are sometimes treated as one and the same. The former accounts for when there are not enough workers for job demands. The latter accounts for when, while there may be a lack or surplus of available workers, they might not have the skills needed by the employer.
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In the United States, the number of international students plummeted from its 2019 highs of 1,095,299 to lows of 914,095 in 2020. The last time these numbers were visited and subsequently broken the year after was in 2013 when there were a reported 886,052 international students in the U.S.
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