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StudyTravel: Growth potential in China’s ‘New Tier 1’ cities

A new report has focussed on the size, development and potential of the agency sector in China’s ‘New Tier 1 cities’ as well as the impact of Covid-19 on operations and differences in destinations and programmes promoted.

ICEF Monitor: Student accommodation executives expect a strong – if unpredictable – fall 2021

Student housing bookings are up for fall 2021, according to leading purpose-build student accommodation (PBSA) CEOs who participated in last week’s online Real Asset Media’s Student Housing in Post-Pandemic Times webinar.

StudyTravel: Canada’s language sector set for recovery, entry conditions a barrier

Canada’s English and French language sectors are well positioned for steady growth when language study mobility more fully resumes, but a relaxation of entry conditions and faster visa processes would help to facilitate recovery, according to surveys of members schools and agencies commissioned by Languages Canada.

The PieNews: Canada: language programs “well positioned” for growth

Canada’s English and French language education sector will make a steady recovery over the next two years, research carried out by Bonard on behalf of Languages Canada has found. 

The PieNews: UK ELT sees 83.6% student drop in 2020

English UK member schools enrolled 83.6% fewer students in 2020 than the previous year as they hosted a total of 83,446 full-time students, which the organisation says is a “more devastating effect” than previously believed.

StudyTravel: Growth potential in China’s ‘New Tier 1’ cities

A new report has focussed on the size, development and potential of the agency sector in China’s ‘New Tier 1 cities’ as well as the impact of Covid-19 on operations and differences in destinations and programmes promoted.

ICEF Monitor: Student accommodation executives expect a strong – if unpredictable – fall 2021

Student housing bookings are up for fall 2021, according to leading purpose-build student accommodation (PBSA) CEOs who participated in last week’s online Real Asset Media’s Student Housing in Post-Pandemic Times webinar.

StudyTravel: Canada’s language sector set for recovery, entry conditions a barrier

Canada’s English and French language sectors are well positioned for steady growth when language study mobility more fully resumes, but a relaxation of entry conditions and faster visa processes would help to facilitate recovery, according to surveys of members schools and agencies commissioned by Languages Canada.

The PieNews: Canada: language programs “well positioned” for growth

Canada’s English and French language education sector will make a steady recovery over the next two years, research carried out by Bonard on behalf of Languages Canada has found. 

The PieNews: UK ELT sees 83.6% student drop in 2020

English UK member schools enrolled 83.6% fewer students in 2020 than the previous year as they hosted a total of 83,446 full-time students, which the organisation says is a “more devastating effect” than previously believed.

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