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Colleges and Institutes Canada leads its first-ever trade mission to Colombia

Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), Canada’s national membership organization representing publicly supported colleges, institutes, cégeps and polytechnics brought together 14 member institutions from four different provinces, and 30 education agencies from Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Panama for two days of one-on-one business meetings designed to forge new partnerships and strengthen existing educational linkages.

As the cycle nears the end, investors go for alternatives

As we are nearing the end of the cycle and investors are looking to diversify their portfolios, student housing’s counter-cyclical nature is becoming increasingly attractive. Samuel Vetrak, CEO of Bonard, talked to Property Forum about recent developments on the European student housing market.

StudyWorld delegates told UK ELT sector must be poised to pivot

The 700 delegates attending StudyWorld represented 61 countries Brexit and the UK’s political future was a constant backdrop to the three-day event, but with the UK attracting students from far beyond the EU, the UK’s ELT industry was more broadly considering its future.

Australia’s English language sector reaches new peak

Australia’s ELICOS English language sector welcomed a record 179,342 international students in 2018, according to the annual report released by peak body English Australia this week, with the proportion of agent bookings also increasing.

Language student numbers up in Canada

The number of students learning English or French at a Languages Canada member school increased by six percent between 2017 and 2018, according to the latest annual figures released by the association.

Colleges and Institutes Canada leads its first-ever trade mission to Colombia

Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), Canada’s national membership organization representing publicly supported colleges, institutes, cégeps and polytechnics brought together 14 member institutions from four different provinces, and 30 education agencies from Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Panama for two days of one-on-one business meetings designed to forge new partnerships and strengthen existing educational linkages.

As the cycle nears the end, investors go for alternatives

As we are nearing the end of the cycle and investors are looking to diversify their portfolios, student housing’s counter-cyclical nature is becoming increasingly attractive. Samuel Vetrak, CEO of Bonard, talked to Property Forum about recent developments on the European student housing market.

StudyWorld delegates told UK ELT sector must be poised to pivot

The 700 delegates attending StudyWorld represented 61 countries Brexit and the UK’s political future was a constant backdrop to the three-day event, but with the UK attracting students from far beyond the EU, the UK’s ELT industry was more broadly considering its future.

Australia’s English language sector reaches new peak

Australia’s ELICOS English language sector welcomed a record 179,342 international students in 2018, according to the annual report released by peak body English Australia this week, with the proportion of agent bookings also increasing.

Language student numbers up in Canada

The number of students learning English or French at a Languages Canada member school increased by six percent between 2017 and 2018, according to the latest annual figures released by the association.

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