Oregon State University’s International Living-Learning Center (ILLC) is symbolic of many things: a shift in the approach to serving international students; the power of collaboration; and the globalization of higher education. The modern, elegant aesthetic reflects the building’s purpose – to represent the institution’s vision of a 21st century education. Continue reading “Highlighting inclusiveness and internationalization through design”
The Times Higher Education supplement published the chart, below on 24th April 2014 exploring which mission group in UK Higher Education is most attractive to international students.
As we are launching our own regular chart-inspired blog we thought taking a closer look at this might be a good place to start.
Latest visa statistics published by Australia, the United States and Canada all point to increasing international higher education student enrolments. The United Kingdom on the other hand recorded a slight dip for the first time in more than quarter of a century last month – although the forward signs are positive. In this blog, Tim O’Brien looks at student enrolment patterns, rising costs of an international education and the impact visa policy is having on students from South Asia.
This week, George Mason University announced a new initiative aimed at increasing the number of international students by about 50 percent. Currently, we have nearly 2,000 international students from 125 countries.
Over the next year, our new pathway programs will help increase that number to more than 3,000. These additional students won’t come at the expense of in-state or domestic out-of-state students, as we plan to grow our enrollments in all categories over the next decade.
Earlier this year, OC&C Strategy Consultants interviewed c.125 higher education institutions (“HEIs”) in the US to evaluate different partnership models in higher education. The following summary provides highlights from our research.
More and more international students are enrolling at US institutions fueled by stories of elite graduates who were educated internationally and, as a result secured well-paid jobs – and institutions just cannot afford to ignore this demand. Continue reading “More US institutions must take internationalization seriously”
INTO’s Publications Editor Clare Allan reports on the second half of the Global Recruitment Conference (GRC) in Bangkok, where the INTO core values presented a consistent theme. Continue reading “Living the INTO values in Bangkok”
INTO has just entered into an agreement with the University of East Anglia to produce jointly a massive open online course (MOOC) aimed at helping international students succeed in their transition to UK universities. So why is INTO, or indeed any institution, bothering to invest in creating a course that’s given away free? Continue reading “MOOCs – why bother?”
Over 200 delegates from across the globe have gathered in steaming hot Bangkok for INTO’s third annual Global Recruitment Conference (GRC). Two days in, INTO’s Publications Editor Clare Allan sent this report from the Thai capital… Continue reading “A warm welcome at INTO The Future”
Students at INTO’s London Academy of Diplomacy joint venture are often given the opportunity to hear the views of some of the UK’s leading figures in international diplomacy. Barry Tomalin reports on a major event they attended recently at the House of Commons. Continue reading “Don’t let diplomacy fail”