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AIEC Study in Australia Education Blog 2011 in Review

January 1, 2012

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 52,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 19 sold-out performances for that many […]

International Education Market Research Tools Techniques

August 9, 2011

Research gets deep.   As the founder of Real Ethnography, Agafonoff is part of a growing trend for ethnographic market research. Pioneered by companies such as Xerox in 1970s California, ethnographic market research eschews the statistical model of market research in favour of techniques pulled from anthropology, sociology and documentary filmmaking. It typically uses a […]

Australian Universities Quality Issues Indian Students

July 22, 2011

“Australian universities mediocre: Indian students . Australia appears to be struggling in the all-important perception stakes, with a new survey of Indian students showing the UK and US are considered to have higher quality institutions and a better quality of life.

Falling International Enrolments to Cost Australia Billions in Lost GDP

July 11, 2011

Lost international student enrolments may cost Australia billions. Failure to reverse a downturn in international student enrolments could cost billions to Australia’s GDP and over 45,000 jobs by the end of the decade, a report has found.International student enrolments began to decline in 2010 following stricter visa regulations, the rise of the Australian dollar and […]

University Higher Education Southern Turkey Mediterranean

April 14, 2011

AIEC QUEST has visited Cukurova University Adana, Cag University (private) Adana Yenice Tarsus and Mersin University Mersin, multi faculty universities, including vocational schools (there is also the private Toros University Mersin), situated on 100km coastal strip between Mersin and Adana (north of Cyprus). The region is an import/export gateway to the eastern Mediterranean, with a […]

International Education Digital Marketing Europe Australia Turkey

April 11, 2011

Latest Update April includes: 1. News 2. Overview CEE & Turkey 3. Digital/Online Marketing 1.News: *Late news, many in industry confirm that AL3 candidates for ELICOS and/or VET will not get a visa (and AL1 & 2 may well be asked for interviews)…. unless they intend to study higher education, they are obviously “non genuine” […]

Australian Tourism Campaign Failures

August 2, 2010

Australian Tourism Campaign Failures Why Australia is out of fashion. Sir Richard Branson is mystified by Australian tourism’s incompetence. The “brand” it has to sell used to be the world’s perennial flavour of the month and still rates as one of the globe’s most desirable places to visit. But somehow we’ve stuffed it up, killed […]

Deakin University Video Conferencing ICT

July 17, 2010

Deakin University Video Conferencing ICT Deakin University turns to video conferencing for student learning. In a sign of the growing importance of video conferencing to the education sector, Deakin University has announced that it will use the technology to deliver education services to mental health students in clinical placements at sites across Victoria. Cameras and […]

Higher Education Australian University Quality

May 19, 2010

Australian University Quality Students given no guidance by university staff. MANY university students never talk to their lecturers about ideas from class, exam results or career plans, according to a study of life and learning on campus. “Somehow universities, with all the financial constraints that they face, are going to have to find a way […]

Nothing Like Australia Tourism Australia Marketing Campaign

April 29, 2010

Nothing Like Australia website sees 8,000 contributions in less than two weeks and McEvoy calls for industry support. Tourism Australia’s new website for its There’s Nothing Like Australia campaign has seen 8,000 contributions from Australians and TA boss Andrew McEvoy is now calling on the tourism industry to get involved. In a column written exclusively […]