Bridging International Education

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Important indicators show Colombia as an important country for the recruitment of international students looking to study abroad in the United States and Canada.  Colombia's public education budget is set to increase Household spending on education is on the rise The demand for vocational programs is growing There's increased interest in globally certified educational programs.  More students want English language education and study abroad opportunities. It's time to position your school or agency as a prime resource in this South American country. An Overview...
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The Philippines completed its transition from a 10-year public school system to a 12-year system in 2017, bringing it on par with the global standard in much of the world. This education expansion will no doubt impact the lives of Filipino students.  Let's take a look at what else influences student behavior in the Philippines. An Overview of Filipino Culture To understand student culture in the Philippines, it must be examined within the context of the nation's culture in its entirety. The Philippines consists of over 7,000 islands, each with its own cultural norms....
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All over the world, there are young people who have the dream of studying abroad, especially studying in the USA, Canada or Europe. But how do we reach these students? What are the best ways to attract them to take that final step and start applying to high schools and colleges overseas? There are various effective strategies for recruiting international students which can improve your success in this field. Let’s look at some of them! 1. Market intelligence  First of all the basics, it is very important to do market research in the different geographical areas that you are...
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The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) reports that the United States hosts 1.1 million international students per year, making it the most popular worldwide destination for international students. That's a lot of people education agents get to market to. Despite the growing number of international students wanting to come to the United States and Canada, the competition among schools and education agents has never been greater. What are you doing to make your recruiting efforts succeed? These international recruitment strategies for education agents will make your school, your agency, and...
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In the recent past, International School Recruiters could go to a student fair and easily find the students they needed for recruitment. Recruiters would talk directly with students and readily learn whether a student would be a strong candidate for the school being highlighted. Within the current high school recruitment landscape, though, it is becoming increasingly harder to only do things of this nature offline. So, International School Recruiters must also determine if students could be ready for everything to become digital. In other words, could the days be numbered for recruiters...
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First Things First : Market Research So, you’ve decided to become an education agency. Congratulations! Your first goal should be to establish brand identity. But, before getting started, you must ponder some critical questions, like determining a budget and how many employees are needed. Market research therefore becomes your due diligence. How competitive is your market? Where are the students headed and what is their budget? Realistically, how easy would it be to find clients? How hard is the visa process? What are they key countries in which they want to study? What are the goals your...
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