From all our travels and interactions we bring together resources – presentations, guides, research, tips and links written by us or other leading colleagues in our field – all designed to bring you best practice and great thinking in global education.
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Our new book features articles and insights from a number of colleagues in the international education field. All the contributions are focussed on considerations of the future, with the idea […]
As Barton Carlyle invites initial abstracts and ideas for submissions for “No Going Back”…Part Three, Review group member Delia Heneghan gives her views about the project. In this short video, […]
Barton Carlyle is welcoming initial abstracts and ideas for submissions for “No Going Back”…Part Three. Review Group member James Richardson has shared a few ideas about what he will be […]
Barton Carlyle is welcoming initial abstracts and ideas for submissions for “No Going Back”…Part Three. In this short video Review Group Dr Douglas Proctor talks about becoming involved in the […]
Stripped back to the point of unrecognizability, or adding layers of complexity to an already intricate field? It is evident is that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused dislocations in traditional […]
As J Paul Getty once said: “In times of rapid change, experience could be your worst enemy.” That’s certainly how it can feel in the world of global education today […]
Pamela and Chris presented a seminar at ICEF Miami this year, called “It’s Scary Out There: Top 10 Tips for Recruitment Scalability and Sustainability in Volatile Times”. This was a […]
In the latest in our “Top Tips” series, our newest Associate, Greet Provoost, talks about developing authentic, effective collaborations with international institutions for student enrolment purposes. Increasingly, institutions are seeking […]
As we look back on a year crowded with change and challenge, a year where we were forced to question some of our most basic assumptions about how the world of […]
We’ve been asked to share an article Pamela wrote last year in the NAFSA International Educator magazine on strategic risk. As the concept of strategic risk moves up the agenda […]
Our video was made for the conferences we attend worldwide, to show colleagues in the international education field what we believe in. Hope you like it.
Top Ten Tips series number six sees us tackle a timely issue as many international student recruiters travel widely to fairs, meetings and events to talk with prospective international students […]
While the context, strategies and plans of global educators may constantly evolve, what about The Why of international education? That’s just one of the increasingly important issues in international education […]
Pamela gave a presentation on market intelligence to a great crowd at ICEF in Liverpool. Here’s a copy: comments welcome! Click here to download.
In this first of our Top Ten tips series, we focus on that most important group of representatives, the recruitment agents. Here we’re offering some advice on the beginning stages […]
Colleagues have asked us to repeat the video of the interview with ICEF Monitor in which Pamela covered aspects of strategic risk management. Here, Pamela explains what strategic risk is, […]
In the fifth of our Top Ten Tips series, we focus on how to manage and mitigate risk in your international enrollment management strategy. As competition increases in many markets […]
In the fourth of our Top Ten Tips series, we are discussing how best to undertake market research projects for great internationalisation. Effective international market development requires relevant market data […]
In the second of our Top Ten Tips series, we are discussing how to make impactful decisions in people management for great internationalisation. In International Enrollment Management as in many […]
We’re also using this space to share things that we like from colleagues and respected individuals and organisations in our field. This piece is about “How to use international marketing […]
Here is Pamela’s presentation from the ICEF Miami event. Pamela spoke about “Push and Pull: What drives what really works”. This presentation includes themes from conversations and work with education […]