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Amid the ongoing labor shortage across Canada, the federal Liberal government plans to welcome 500,000 more immigrants each year by 2025. This is also widely perceived as good news for overseas workers and students who hope to live and pursue greener pastures in the country.
A surge in student arrivals in Australia compared to departures between December 2021 and March 2022 was to be anticipated given the number of students that had been prevented entry during the global health crisis, an Independent Australia report revealed. But what caused this expected surge? Let’s find out.
The Canadian workforce, presumably along with millions of others all over the world, underwent a collective rattling in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some industry experts have dubbed it “The Great Resignation,” a term inspired by the economic events that started in the United States in the late 1920s leading to the 1930s.

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Amid the ongoing labor shortage across Canada, the federal Liberal government plans to welcome 500,000 more immigrants each year by 2025. This is also widely perceived as good news for overseas workers and students who hope to live and pursue greener pastures in the country.
Amid critical issues circulating in the Canadian international education scene, experts and thought leaders have voiced their stand to carefully gatekeep international recruitment processes to avoid the traumatic experience of some international students. 
Dr. George F. Kacenga, M Square Media Assistant Vice President, University Relations, was recently elected Chair of the International Enrollment Management Knowledge Community (IEM KC) for NAFSA: Association of International Educators.

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A surge in student arrivals in Australia compared to departures between December 2021 and March 2022 was to be anticipated given the number of students that had been prevented entry during the global health crisis, an Independent Australia report revealed. But what caused this expected surge? Let’s find out.
Global education is continuously thriving. Given the increasing number of applications and enrollments, it is appropriate to look at the subjects of study that these students are considering when pursuing international education. This will also help guide institutions on what programs international students are looking for.
Dublin, Ireland has long been considered a premier international education destination. In an August 2022 report by Preply, titled “Study Abroad Index: The Best Countries & Cities to Study Abroad,” Dublin scored 7.04 on the Happiness Scale and landed among the top five cities preferred by foreign students.

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Anand’s role as MSM CTO will see him take charge of technological resources, and maintaining and resolving all technical-related issues. Anand will also oversee the development of technical initiatives that propel MSM into achieving its business goals.
The Canadian workforce, presumably along with millions of others all over the world, underwent a collective rattling in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some industry experts have dubbed it “The Great Resignation,” a term inspired by the economic events that started in the United States in the late 1920s leading to the 1930s.
International education solutions provider, M Square Media (MSM) and its partner, Canada-based Capilano University (CapU), hosted an “Agent Networking Summit 2022” on Sunday, April 10, 2022 at the Sheraton, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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It was a very interesting week in international education. The UK Prime Minister issued a highly controversial announcement regarding restricting the entry of foreign students and this was met with stiff resistance from many quarters, including government advisors and immigration and economic experts. Let’s see how this develops in the coming weeks.
As study destinations continue their efforts to attract more international students, some European countries are training their sights on Indian students, considering the sheer number of young Indians who want to pursue studies overseas. In the U.S Community Colleges are attracting international students who see the benefits of 2+2 programs. Indeed,..
This week, some stories tell us of how international enrollment has ticked back up in many study destinations. This is all good although in some countries, the increase has slowed down or targets are yet to be reached. At this point, it’s still a wait-and-see kind of situation, most likely until we truly get over the issues and concerns related ...

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M Square Media (MSM) is a proud sponsor of the upcoming “Education Trade Mission to India,” organized by the United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, U.S. Commercial Service. The mission will be held from September 12 to 16, 2022.
M Square Media (MSM) achieved yet another milestone as the company was granted certification by the American International Recruitment Council (AIRC) for 2022 through 2027.
Third-party education management service providers will play a significant role in the current foreign student enrollment rebound in the United States and other top host countries. This was the general insight that international education thought leaders expressed during a webinar hosted by MSM.

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63% are highly optimistic about online recruitment in the next 12 months but many are still grappling with the transition from a largely face-to-face business to online platforms, according to the latest report from international education provider M Square Media (MSM)
The emergence of COVID-19 has rendered the world immobile and has set it in a standstill. There’s no doubt that people have been unprepared for its effects; the extent of which was felt across all industries—education, included.

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