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Posts Tagged ‘higher education

International Education Strategy UK Net Migration Change

April 15, 2015

Article from THES The Times Higher Education Supplement about issues of net overseas migration, immigration, population and visas for international education.   ‘Consensus on net migration change, says MP.  Labour’s Paul Blomfield believes change could happen even if Tories lead government after general election. Students could be removed from the net migration target shortly after […]

International Education Marketing Communications Management

January 21, 2015

From The Australian Higher Ed article from Phil Honeywood about marketing and communications management in international education: ‘Communication standards are getting lost in translation.  IN different English-speaking countries, the evolution of ­vocabulary can produce wonderful culturally laden deviations from the norm. Thus, in India we still hear such exquisite phrases as “do the needful”, “there […]

TAFE Polytechnic Higher Education in Australia

April 10, 2014

From The Scan Tertiary Sector News and Views:   ‘Melbourne Polytechnic launched.  Australia’s newest tertiary education and training institution launched.  Situated on the site of the former Swinburne University Prahran campus, Melbourne Polytechnic is a new educational brand operated by parent Institute, Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE (NMIT). The Melbourne Polytechnic currently has around 80 programs […]

Study Vocational or University for Career and Employment Outcomes?

February 26, 2014

From Jackson Stiles in The New Daily on vocational education training and university career and employment outcomes: ‘Which will pump up your pay packet faster – TAFE or uni?  Winning a place at university has long been considered the holy grail for school-leavers, but would they be better off attending the less glamorous, but more […]

Outlook for Australian International Education Student Visa Immigration

March 8, 2012

 The travails of the Australian international education industry exemplified by decrease of 20% or $3 billion in past year with Melbourne and Sydney economies taking $1 billion hit each, includes added value of accommodation, services and tourism, (apart from high $AUD); this is almost wholely due to onshore issues, related and seemingly unrelated, but almost […]

Australian New Student Visa System Immigration and Kafka

January 17, 2012

Do not ever let anyone tell you that Australian lacks a sense of irony when it comes to visas and immigration, while the following explains why the legacy of Franz Kafka exists in Australia. These are a selected sample of statements about international education Australia from Australians, politicians, media and even some from within the industry […]

Australian Government Student Visa Reforms International Education

December 1, 2011

Government extends support for international education.As you may be aware, the Government announced on 22 September 2011 its response to the Knight Review. One of the recommendations agreed to by Government was the introduction of new post-study work arrangements for Australian university graduates who have obtained a Bachelor degree, Masters by coursework degree, Masters by […]

Australian International Education News 2011

October 27, 2011

Australian Universities sullied by bribery, soft marking as they put profits before quality: ombudsman.  VICTORIA’s Ombudsman has uncovered worrying evidence that universities have been putting the need for student fee revenue ahead of the ability of students to complete their courses, apparently enrolling students with too-poor English skills. Australian International Education sector loses $2bn as […]

Study Work in Australia Courses Advice Counselling AIEC

October 21, 2011

AIEC QUEST Australian International Education Centre assist applicants of all ages to study English, trades training, vocational, higher education, credit transfer and university, free.         Andrew Smith, from Melbourne Australia, is the expert and consultant for international education and training with over 15 years experience, including: Victoria University, Melbourne Master of Education […]

Study Live Work Travel Australia

April 22, 2011

AIEC QUEST Australian International Education Centre Europe, Budapest, provides independent information, advice and assistance with Australian study, applications, visa, travel, accommodation and more. English with guaranteed work in tropical Darwin Northern Territory. Vocational trades training leading to ANZSCO occupation “Job Ready” test. English and university preparation with guaranteed university entry Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Gold […]