As we enter the crucial months of the 2018/2019 recruitment cycle, data from HESA and the Home Office are just now giving us a snapshot of what happened to UK international student recruitment in the past two years. While these figures may often seem hopelessly out of date, many of the trends behind the numbers are still relevant to our work in the coming months.
All SIEM regions
Subscribe to Insights Blogs
An agent based in Chengdu, China is looking for a UK partner to host a biomedicine themed study tour for 10-15 young professionals who work in biomedicine institutes and pharmaceutical companies. The agent is hoping to set-up a partnership with the capacity to run repeat courses over the next two years.
East Asia
In June 2017 the British Council released ‘Changing lives: Internationalising the Skills Sector’, a report that focused on the value of internationalism within Technical Vocational Education and Training institutions. Recommendation three of the report suggested that the British Council might look to create eight to ten case studies showing how students, their staff and their colleges benefited from different forms of internationalism.
United Kingdom
UNICEF Rwanda has issued a Call for Expression of Interest (EoI) to identify eligible Civil Society Organisations (CSO) for prospective partnership(s). Eligible CSOs are invited to submit proposals to support achievement of results for children (2018-2022). UNICEF Rwanda aims to support the Rwandan Ministry of Education around four outputs. The Call for EoI is intended to source partnership(s) to support activities under Output 3: Girls and boys, including vulnerable children, have enhanced quality of education for improved learning outcomes.
Middle East & Africa
The British Council International Education Services Conference (formally known as the SIEM conference) is one of our national flagship education events. Bringing together UK education providers, service providers and British Council staff from over forty countries, the conference aims to develop strategies for the promotion of UK education overseas and to support UK Education institutions in their international work
United Kingdom
The British Council Thailand would like to invite HEIs and experts on transna
East Asia
Subscribe to News - Opportunities