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SEO Inbound Organic Marketing for International Education

July 21, 2014

International Education Digital SEO marketing and other international education news:   AIEC Australian International Education Centre is highly visible online in CEE Central Eastern European languages and Turkish from SEO via website, Twitter/Google+ network, blogs, other social media and conventional.     This includes email lists for Turkey (600 contacts and increasing) updates to private high school […]

International Admissions on Student Recruitment Agents

July 20, 2014

From The Chronicle of Higher Education.   ‘In International-Student Recruitment, Questions About Integrity Persist.  The agent debate is dead. Long live the integrity debate. For some time now, the discussion about whether American colleges could use commission-based agents when recruiting students abroad has been the hottest of hot-button issues in international admissions, with each camp staking out fiercely […]

SEO Social Media for International Education Student Marketing Recruitment

July 14, 2014

International Education and Student Recruitment Digital Marketing, SEO, Social Media, News and Information:   AIEC is highly visible online in Turkish (and other languages) via website, social media including Twitter network, blogs and conventional i.e. email list (600 contacts and increasing) updates to private high school counsellors, career centres at private university and vocational schools, […]

Digital Marketing SEO Social Media Content for International Education

July 7, 2014

From Search Engine Watch on Tourism Australia’s digital marketing, content and social media: ‘9 Content Marketing Lessons From Tourism Australia.  Most of us think about marketing our businesses or our clients’ business, but how do you content market an entire country (to the world)? That was the question facing Australia back in 2010 when they […]

Healthcare System and Insurance in Australia from OECD

July 6, 2014

From the OECD Better Life Index about Health in Australia: ‘Most OECD countries have enjoyed large gains in life expectancy over the past decades, thanks to improvements in living conditions, public health interventions and progress in medical care. Life expectancy at birth in Australia stands at 82 years, two years above the OECD average of 80 years. […]

Post Study Work Rights for International Students in Australia

July 4, 2014

Special Report from Study Travel Magazine:   Staying on: post–study work.  The ability to stay and work after graduation is a key consideration for many international students when choosing higher education programmes overseas. Matthew Knott examines the impact of post-study policy changes in the major destinations, the intentions of international students that seek to remain and […]

International Education and Immigration Population Politics

July 3, 2014

From The Times Higher Ed: ‘Take students out of immigration target, say prospective Tory . Eight out of 10 prospective Tory MPs.  MPs think the government should not target international students in the drive to reduce net migration….. ….. The survey found that 78 per cent of Conservative candidates think international students should be excluded from any […]

New Skilled Occupation List Australia

June 10, 2014

Late news from SBS Australia on Skilled Occupation List:   ‘Bricklayers, tilers, chefs added to skilled migration program.  The professions of bricklayer, tiler and chef have been added to the Skilled Occupation List from July, allowing foreign workers in these occupations to apply for a permanent visa without a sponsor.  Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection […]

Study in Europe Australian Students

June 4, 2014

From the ABC on increased fees for local students and potential to study abroad for lower fees:   ‘Universities Australia modelling warns of fee increase under proposed higher education reforms.  University students will be forced to pay an average of double the existing fee to study at universities under the Abbott Government’s proposed reforms to […]

Marketing Recruitment in International Education

June 2, 2014

From Michael Waxman-Lenz at INTEAD:   ‘How Many Reps Do You Need to Cover the World? Worldwide student recruitment is a big task. We wonder: how many representatives do you need to be successful? What is the ideal number of internal and external international student recruiters? First, let’s look at two different groups: internal and external […]

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