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Hockey players: How to spend your money in the Philippines

The Philippines is a nation of immigrants, and for many, that’s what they’re looking for.They come to the Philippines to learn, and they’re willing to pay a premium to do so.In this case, that premium is money.While most of the money is going to the government, players have been able to use it to buy […]

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Why the World is Still Missing out on World’s Most Innovative Teachers

I was shocked to see that, as a foreigner, I was the only one in the room at the conference who had a Ph.D. in international education.I was surprised because, even though I had a bachelor’s degree in education from a private university, I didn’t really know anything about international education, I just thought I […]

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When are we finally going to have an online high school for all?

The Government is considering making overseas education a national priority, according to the BBC’s Andrew Walker.The idea is being taken up by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, who has been working with the Home Office to identify and develop opportunities for students from overseas. The government is now seeking advice from experts on the best way to […]

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How to Get a Higher Degree in Australia

The Australian Government has announced a new curriculum to help overseas students gain an education overseas.The initiative, which will be launched in 2019, is designed to give overseas students the skills they need to succeed in the Australian workplace.“Our students need the knowledge and skills that they need, so we are investing $1 billion in […]

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How to get a free abacus abroad education from Germany

abacus,education abroad,school abroad,free education source RTV 6 source Al Jazeera English title French schools to stop teaching abacus article France’s schools will stop teaching the abacus as a means of instruction in 2018, the education ministry said on Monday, ahead of a general strike on Tuesday.The ministry said it would continue to educate pupils on […]

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Which countries have the highest and lowest graduation rates for their overseas education research and education programs?

The Global Learning Index has been released by the U.S. Department of Education to provide an in-depth look at where countries have higher and lower graduation rates from their international education research programs.The data also shows that Australia is one of the highest-ranked countries in the world for both international education and foreign language learning, […]

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Which education sector is least affected by the financial crisis?

The UK economy is in the midst of a financial crisis, with public sector earnings down and employment levels at a record low.The latest government figures show public sector net employment has fallen to 2.5 million and the number of jobs has dropped by more than 200,000 in the past year, according to the Office […]

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How to spot an international student at your school

By Kate PrenticeSchools in Australia are becoming increasingly reliant on overseas-based teachers to teach overseas languages, with the number of foreign teachers at Australia’s four primary schools increasing by 40% a year, a new study has found.A national survey of 1,300 students, from the year 2012-13 to 2016-17, showed that overseas-trained teachers made up 20% […]

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What is the future of Australian universities?

Australia is facing a crisis in the global education sector, with universities in some parts of the country suffering significant cuts, with the number of foreign students dropping by 50 per cent and enrolments declining by 25 per cent since 2013.But the impact of that decline on Australian students’ overall experience of learning, their quality […]

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