PON Projects 101: Accommodation, Culture, Food

PON scholarships are a very important opportunity for Italian secondary students. With generous EU funding and on the basis of their merit, students have the opportunity to go on a study abroad experience and explore a foreign culture completely free of charge. In...
Posted On 30 Nov 2017

Transforming Higher Education: 10 Global Factors

A report released by the British Council earlier this year reveals the 10 biggest current trends on the global higher education landscape. Although the report discusses these trends from a British point of view, we believe that the information will be interesting for...
Posted On 13 Oct 2017

International Recruitment Strategies For Universities Pt.2

This week we are bringing yet another fresh perspective to your international recruitment strategies. In our last post, we discussed some interesting ideas for universities that are relatively popular. Today, we go in the opposite direction! Let’s now focus on universities...
Posted On 14 Sep 2017

International Recruitment Strategies For Universities Pt.1

There is no universal recipe for universities on how to be successful in their international student recruitment efforts. What works for Ivy League may not be the best option for a small town community college. Most of the time, international student officers design...
Posted On 12 Sep 2017

Five Tips For Recruiting International Students

Each year thousands of colleges and universities compete for the attention of international students. Why? Simply because all these students play a crucial role in raising the school’s academic profile. However, engaging and recruiting international students is...
Posted On 28 Aug 2017

How To Recruit Students Successfully

Student mobility worldwide has seen a substantial growth in the past few years, and there is no evidence of this process slowing down. The OECD has recently reported that the total number of international students worldwide will exceed 8 million by 2025. As a...
Posted On 09 Aug 2017

Save the date: 2nd LIVE broadcast of our China webinar with BOSSA

Yesterday we hosted our dedicated live webinar on international student recruitment opportunities on the Chinese market. Our guest speaker was Jon Santangelo, International Department at BOSSA – Beijing Study Abroad Service Association.  As previously announced, we are...
Posted On 26 Jul 2017

Vietnamese Students: How Do You Recruit Them?

Vietnam is a country with remarkable history of development. Since 1986, it has turned from one of the world’s poorest regions into one of the world’s fastest-growing economies! Vietnam’s current population is over 95 million people or 1.27% of the world’s total population....
Posted On 18 Jul 2017

How To Reach and Recruit Students From China

We’re used to talking about internationalisation of nations and cultures as something given that merely exists worldwide and is easily accessible by everyone. We also take for granted Internet, with its ubiquitous penetration worldwide, as the main vessel for this process....
Posted On 10 Jul 2017

3 Barriers That Disengage Prospective International Students

In our previous post, we showed you how you can use content marketing strategies to evaluate your international student recruitment efforts. More specifically, we talked about the purchase funnel concept and how prospective students pass down through it. We identified three...
Posted On 23 Jun 2017

Evaluating Student Recruitment Success: Content Marketing Strategies

Today, we are going to show you how to apply common content marketing strategies to international student recruitment. As you most probably already know, content marketing professionals have this term: purchase funnel. The idea behind is that every prospective customer has to go...
Posted On 21 Jun 2017

Going Beyond The Top 4: Why Adding More Countries To The Mix Is Essential?

China, India, South Korea and Saudi Arabia are the top 4 source markets for international students in the world. These countries are famous for producing the biggest numbers of students who enjoy the benefits of international mobility. Knowing this, many educators...
Posted On 19 Jun 2017