How To Address Reservations Regarding Agents

Yesterday we shared with you the 5 most common reservations university stakeholders have about student recruitment agents. All of these reservations are indeed solid. They often stem from extensive previous experience or current knowledge of the university as well...
Posted On 25 Oct 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

Francesca Falcone, EF Peru: Breaking down barriers is our biggest reward

Are you ready for your daily dose of international student recruitment inspiration? We hope you are, because today you are going to learn from one of the industry’s biggest and finest!  We are delighted to have as our guest in the “Meet the Educator”...
Posted On 31 Aug 2017

Mexico: Growing Enrolment Abroad Despite Political Factors

There is so much to say about Mexico! It’s a vivid palette of Hispanic, Indian and Caribbean cultures brought together under the bright sun, and surrounded by some of the most beautiful beaches in the entire world. Mexico is a vibrant, colourful, curious and a truly magical...
Posted On 21 Aug 2017

Jennifer Phillips, WESLI: Latin American students are full of warmth

Ahead of our upcoming agents fairs in Latin America this September, we thought to share some first-hand educator impressions about this market. As you know, successful recruitment of Latin American students has its own peculiarities and subtleties. Are you looking...
Posted On 21 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

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

Telling The Future: Indicating Countries That Will Excel In Outbound Student Mobility

Predicting trends in international student mobility might seem slightly complicated but in fact it is far away from fortune-telling business. There are always clear indicators as to which country has a head start in the race and which one is likely to lag behind. Today we will...
Posted On 05 Dec 2016

Multi-Active Cultures Explained: Bolivia, Chile and Morocco

Multi-active countries represent a culture where relationships are more important than schedules. The usual course of action here would be adapting to situations as they come and paying close attention to the relationships you build on the way. People from...
Posted On 24 Nov 2016

Top 11 Countries for International Student Recruitment

Which countries around the world will become the perfect destinations for international students in the years to come? Knowing the general regional statistical data is not enough for making an informed choice about partner institutions and building an extensive portfolio of...

Introducing ETN Talks: Latin America

The landscape of education has been changing tremendously over the past five to ten years and all of us involved in the process of student recruitment have recognised the necessity to adapt quickly in order to stay relevant in this environment. To make sure you are informed about...
Posted On 21 Jun 2016