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How to find the best schools in Australia

Students at the Australian Open have a better chance of getting a place in the top 20 schools in the world than the world’s best tennis players, according to an analysis by the New York Times.The Times found that the average ranking for the best Australian schools is 3.5 out of 10 on the Pisa-accredited […]

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Japan to start trial of online education through internet platform

Japan is set to launch a trial of a service for the private sector to provide online education for foreign students overseas.The government has approved a request from Japan’s education company for the project, which would provide students with the opportunity to access Japanese online learning and exchange their own knowledge.The program would be used […]

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Watch: Eddie Howe’s ‘a big deal’ in England’s Under-20 World Cup bid

The Under-19s were beaten 3-0 by Serbia at Wembley last night and will play England in their first game of the tournament at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday.Read moreEddie Howe is on the verge of becoming England’s first ever player to make his international debut in a World Cup.The 20-year-old centre-back is the son of former […]

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What’s wrong with ‘Dalimits overseas education’?

I just wanted to share the story of a girl from the Maldives who decided to make the journey to Europe, but the idea of going abroad had never crossed her mind before.Her parents had not seen her for two years.It wasn’t until the third month of her trip that she heard about the ‘Daliit’ […]

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When it comes to international education, a country’s reputation matters

The global media are already calling it the “bait and switch” that is a new kind of PR campaign to turn around Australia’s international reputation.We should be seen as good ambassadors of our country.That’s the premise behind the ABC’s “Bait and Switch” campaign, in which the corporation uses a variety of sources, including news articles […]

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When the Sex Educator is in Your Class

In the classroom, the Sex Education class is not just for the teachers but for all the students, too.Sex Educators at KCCO International have been teaching a class on the “gender identity” of boys and girls since the mid-1980s.The students and their parents have been educated on how the brain works and the biological basis […]

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More Americans want to get out and explore abroad

More Americans are planning to travel abroad next year, up from the 2.5 million in 2015, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors.While the number of international travelers is expected to rise, it will fall short of the 3.6 million who visited the U.S. in 2015.Realtor Michael DeCarlo told CNNMoney that […]

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How to help overseas education students cope with Australia’s education crisis

Foreigners studying in Australia’s overseas education system face a unique challenge.They must navigate the bureaucracy of the federal government, the local school board, the bureaucracy at universities and the bureaucracy in the provinces and territories to get into Australia.Students must also find an international language that they can speak and that their families can understand.For […]

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How to fix the capital offshore education system

In an article written for Capital News, writer Adam Siegel talks about how he started to notice the issue of the capital overseas Education and Jobs Programme, which was first implemented in December, and how it is affecting the education sector of Hong Kong.The article talks about the challenges the Government faces in implementing the […]

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How to get a higher education abroad

Foreign students are more likely to study in the US than their home country, but they’re also more likely than native-born students to go to college abroad.In 2016, around 2.5 million students went to universities in countries other than the US, up from around 2 million in 2008.A majority of them (62 per cent) went […]

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