Monthly Archives: November 2010

UK: Student officers predict exodus overseas

International student officers from Britain’s universities fear the country will lose out on the lucrative overseas student market as European students turn to rival institutions in Australia, the US, China and India. Even stay-at-home British students may venture abroad in … Continue reading

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Lonely Planet Acclaim for the “Coolest Little Capital in the World”

Wellington is named as the 4th top city in the world to visit in 2011 by Lonely Planet Best in Travel 2011, released today. In its first recognition of a New Zealand city in the annual collection of the world’s … Continue reading

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easyJet launches flexible fares for business travellers

easyJet announces a new flexible fare targeted at business travellers. The tickets will give passengers unlimited flexibility to change their flight up to two hours before the scheduled departure time. Passengers can make unlimited changes within a four week time … Continue reading

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Students find safe haven in Adelaide

ADELAIDE’S international students have given the city a ringing endorsement, rating it the safest Australian capital in which to study. Student placement organisation IDP Education surveyed 6000 students at universities and schools across Australia. Adelaide was rated as safer, more … Continue reading

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Stars align at Curtin

Stars align at Curtin Do you wonder about our place in the universe? Would you like to find out how stars really work or learn about the wonderfully bizarre features of our local or not so local planets? Do you … Continue reading

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acpet members scoop the pool at queensland awards for excellence in international education & training

The QETI awards highlight the Queensland Government’s commitment to forming new international partnerships, strengthening relationships and exploring opportunities for trade through international education and training. The QETI Awards highlight best practice within Queensland education institutions and organisations, making our international … Continue reading

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“Thinking outside the box is easier when you’re not stuck inside of one.”

The students and faculty of THINK Global School (TGS) are part of a unique approach to education – one where a fresh look at learning replaces traditional thinking. At TGS, we believe that stepping outside and exploring the world is … Continue reading

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