The role of English language learning in a sustainable international recruitment strategy

UK universities and higher education institutions are re-examining their recruitment strategies and models, with a focus on long-term sustainability and the need to diversify international student recruitment. This major blog…

Sustainable values and societal impact

UK universities and higher education institutions are re-examining their recruitment strategies and models, with a focus on long-term sustainability and the need to diversify international student recruitment. This major blog…

Engaging with a broader range of students’ prior learning experiences and pathways

UK universities and higher education institutions are re-examining their recruitment strategies and models, with a focus on long-term sustainability and the need to diversify international student recruitment. This major blog…

What can analysis of our data tell UK higher education institutions about emerging international markets?

UK universities and higher education institutions are re-examining their recruitment strategies and models, with a focus on long-term sustainability and the need to diversify international student recruitment. This major blog…

UK international student recruitment changes: away from the EU, towards South Asia and West Africa

UK universities and higher education institutions are re-examining their recruitment strategies and models, with a focus on long-term sustainability and the need to diversify international student recruitment. This major new…

Oil price drop fallout could hit UK universities

In recent years, UK universities have been able to rely upon a generously funded recruitment well – students backed by government-funded scholarships in oil producing countries, underwritten by 100 dollar…

Update on Application Trends

The trends highlighted by UK NARIC last year seem to be continuing. The latest figures from UK NARIC and UK NCP confirm that the trend for increased mobility of citizens…

Application Trends – English Speaking Africa

The 2009 figures from UNESCO showed that there were 3.3 million outwardly mobile students across the world. The regions with the largest number of mobile students are East Asia and…