Cautious Optimism Prevails as Top International Education Destinations Go Back to Business-As-Usual

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Note From the Editor

It looks very much like business-as-usual for international education in many countries as stories coming from top international education destinations in the past week focused more on rebuilding and resetting operations rather than anything concerning pandemic responses. Although we can look at this as a positive development, we must still be cautious of a resurgence of infections that is now happening in some parts of the world and continue to be careful when going outside and being in crowded places.


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Tech company Sinorbis is all set to expand its footprint in Europe and North America to help these HEIs reach more students around the world.  All of this aims to help HEIs in these countries and regions expand their digital presence to attract and teach students in China and other parts of the world.

The Pie News

Higher Education Abroad: Here’s Why Canada Remains Most Sought-After Country on Indian Study Abroad Aspirants’ Radar

According to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), the number of international students from India who went to Canada from January to November 2021 was over 100,000. The factors that contributed to the increase were the friendly immigration policies that Canada has, along with the affordability of international education fees plus the accommodation and living expenses.

The Hans India

‘Very Good’ Visa Processing Gives UK Edge With Overseas Students

According to a survey of more than 700 education agents around the world, 53 percent of agents gave the United Kingdom the highest rating on its ease of visa application, processing times, acceptance rate, explanation for the rejection, and duration of stay granted.

Times Higher Education

Jason Clare Promises ‘Reset’ of Government’s Relations With Universities

In his “Reset, Rebuild and Reform” address, Federal Education Minister Jason Clare announced Australia’s commitment to a “reset” of relations between government and universities including the rebuilding of the international education sector.

The Conversation

WA's Largest Ever Business Delegation Ready for India Mission

Deputy Premier Roger Cook and International Education Minister David Templeman will lead West Australia’s largest-ever business delegation on an Invest and Trade WA mission to India from July 12 to 19. The business delegation is made up of more than 110 representatives from different sectors, including international education.

The Week

More Than 9400 University of Melbourne International Students Have Benefited From Expanded Support Services in 2022

Through the Victorian Government International Education Resilience Fund, more than 9,400 University of Melbourne international students have benefited from the expanded support services in 2022. University of Melbourne Study Hubs allowed students to have access to various programs to learn and connect with the University community, no matter where they are.

India Education Diary

Air New Zealand Gears Up for Busy School Holiday As Winter Settles In

With New Zealand’s school holiday in full swing this July, Air New Zealand advises travelers, including international students, of a busy schedule that is aggravated by winter weather and widespread sickness.  Passengers are asked to be extra patient and understanding during this time.


Sweden: Int’l Student Numbers ‘Recovering’

The annual report of the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) stated that a total of 33,300 incoming overseas students joined classes in Sweden in 2020/21. The number returned to the levels they had reached before the pandemic.

The Pie News

Indians Look to Asia, Eastern Europe, and MENA for Degrees

Indian students are now looking closer to home for their international Education degrees. More specifically, in Asian countries, which can now offer degrees formerly found in more popular destinations such as the US and Canada.

The PIE News

Why India Lags in International Student Mix at Local Universities

Despite the inclusion of the cities of Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai, and Delhi in the recently released QS Best Student Cities Rankings 2023, India placed at the bottom of the Student Mix Indicator. The Study in India (SII) program introduced by the Ministry of Education four years ago was to help in attracting more international students from countries around India. The scope of the program may be expanded to bring more international students into the country.

The Times of India

Stress for NTU’s International Students Who Can’t Secure On-Campus Housing

More than 2,000 Nanyang Technological University in Singapore are facing difficulties at the moment, due in large part to the shortage of on-campus housing.   The situation was aggravated when even both local and international students who currently have rooms in these residences were asked to vacate them by July 15.

The Straits Times

Featured Institution: Solent University

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Solent University is all about creating opportunities: for its students, for its staff, and for its partners. It offers expertise and experiences that students couldn’t get anywhere else, opening doors and making introductions. The university is focused on the practical side of higher education – giving the students the connections, experience, and confidence to turn their newfound knowledge into a career with real, meaningful impact.

Solent University

Featured Program: MPA: Health Administration

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There are several advantages to earning this type of MHA degree at Hilbert, including no specific undergraduate degree required to apply, degree completion in 18 months, entirely online format convenient for working individuals, enhance leadership and management skillset, potentially qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness, and develop a professional network locally, nationally and internationally.

Hilbert College

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