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India’s foreign student boom: What you need to know

India is the biggest exporter of international students in the world, and it’s also one of the fastest growing.And this year the country will see the highest number of students at international universities since 2000, according to the World Bank.The growth in the number of foreign students in India, according the World Education Research Institute, […]

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How to learn Mandarin in the Philippines

Thirdwave has come under fire for its Chinese language programs.We spoke to an official to get their thoughts on the topic.First, it’s important to understand that the Philippines has one of the largest Chinese populations in the world, and its language is widely spoken in Mandarin.China has the largest market for the Chinese language in […]

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Why the Aegis is here to stay

Australia’s defence budget is currently $8.3 billion.That is $1.2 billion above the global average, which is $2.5 billion.It is a higher level than any other nation, with a combined defence budget of $5.5 trillion.What is the AegIS?Australia has four aircraft carriers.Two are already in service.They are the USS George Washington and USS Nimitz.These ships are […]

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How to find the best local charities for education abroad

We’re always looking for great charities for our community.If you’ve got some great ideas for charities that can help with your local education, we’d love to hear from you.We’re always seeking great charities to help fund education abroad, including our own.We’ve put together this list of charities to look out for in our community, and […]

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The NHL’s Bhopal Games to be held at the World Heritage Convention next year

Bhopals (India) is set to host the first ever NHL hockey tournament in the country, the Bhopaling Sports Federation said on Monday.The event will take place in the city of Bhopalguda from May 26 to June 4.The world’s largest sporting event, the event has become a mainstay in India, where hockey is one of the […]

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New Zealand to raise minimum wage to $15 per hour

New Zealand will raise the minimum wage for workers who work overseas to $20 per hour, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment said.New Zealand has been one of the most expensive countries to work in for years, with wages at a record low.The ministry said it would raise the wage to cover all wage […]

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Why is the US facing a “global education crisis”?

On June 6, 2019, the World Bank issued a report titled “The Global Education Crisis.”The report, titled “Overseas Education Solutions,” outlined a set of reforms aimed at improving the quality and accessibility of education in the developing world.In its “State of the World Education” report, the W.B.A. stated that the U.S. has one of the […]

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NFLPA: No NFL player in the country can play overseas

NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith has expressed concern over the lack of players on NFL rosters overseas, with only a handful of players from the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and France currently on the field.Smith spoke with ESPN’s Jeff Darlington on Monday regarding the league’s lack of American players on its rosters overseas.“There […]

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Australia’s best overseas learning destinations for 2019

The Best International Education in Australia is now live!Check out the best overseas schools in Australia!The Best Foreign Language Education in 2018The Best International Languages Education in 2017The Best Foreign Music Education in 2019The Best Outdoor Education in Western AustraliaThe Best New Zealand Schools in 2019Top 100 Best International Schools in 2018

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Canada’s teachers unions call for teachers to be fired over Canada Post deal

The Canada Post union says it’s “disappointed” the Liberal government has signed an agreement with the union to “extend the same conditions” that have been imposed on teachers for years.The union says that the agreement will allow the government to “increase their power to control the working conditions” of teachers.Canada Post Canada said it’s disappointed […]

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