What We Know

  • Using Data Wisely

    Colleagues at the University of Minnesota have used their experience with data from the International Student Barometer (ISB) to bring together research and information to make an impact on international student satisfaction.  Their chapter in this new publication talks about the initiatives they have undertaken at their institution.  Barton Carlyle is proud to represent the ISB in North America, where we have helped institutions understand the decision-making, perceptions and satisfaction of international students over five years.  We’re now inviting institutions to join the 2016 ISB.  

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  • Data:  A quick guide to measuring success

    In the third of our Top Ten Tips series, we are discussing data and measurement in international education.  This practical top ten looks at the questions we can ask ourselves when thinking about how best to use data, particularly in recruitment/enrollment management. Click here to download.

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  • ISB Factsheet

    Barton Carlyle represents the International Student Barometer in North America.

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We Like Barton Carlyle
  • “Pamela has a wealth of understanding regarding the recruitment of international students. Institutions interested in broadening their international reach will not find a better guide.” Bill Fish, WIEC

  • “Most of what I know about international student recruitment I learned from Chris Price... I can warmly recommend him.” Joachim Ekström, Uppsala University

  • “I am always impressed by Caroline's enthusiasm, passion, drive, positivity, integrity and sense of fun. I would work with her in an instant.” Andrew Disbury, Leeds Beckett University

  • “I unreservedly recommend Ms. Barrett and Barton Carlyle for their comprehensive analysis and insight. Their work has made a positive imprint on our campus.” William Elliott, Eastern Illinois University

  • “Pamela is at the forefront of international education research. She has outstanding networks and keeps up on the profession of international education.” Peter Briggs, Michigan State University

  • “When attending any conference, Jonathan's is a name I look out for as I know that the session will be worth attending. Jonathan is 110% professional – what he promises, he delivers.” Elisabeth Marksteiner, International School of Zug and Luzern Riverside Campus

  • “Chris provided an excellent training session via the British Council on e-marketing which accurately forecasted future trends and gave practical tips for immediate implementation. He has a wealth of experience in international marketing of HEI's.” Katrina Edmunds, University of Edinburgh

  • “The report from Barton Carlyle was balanced, highly perceptive, and evidence based. The work really did help to shape my thinking and our new School Plan and has already led, I believe, to some much needed clarity for the School.” Prof Carl Stychin, Dean The City Law School, City University London