Improving International Student Experience

The contribution of international students to the UK is enormous; culturally, academically and financially. The UK retains a substantial reputation for attracting and retaining international...

Education & Learning, Academic

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The contribution of international students to the UK is enormous; culturally, academically and financially. The UK retains a substantial reputation for attracting and retaining international students from across the globe, but competition is intensifying.

Recent policy changes to international student visa regulations in the UK, and emerging challenges from key competitors teaching in English - particularly in the United States, Australia and Europe - mean that the environment for international student recruitment in the UK is facing a tough period for growing student numbers. Recent bad headlines in relation to the international student experience and recruitment have also had an impact on the reputation of UK higher education abroad.

This national conference brings together presentations from national policy makers and key stakeholders to consider the impact of recent policy changes, particularly in relation to international student visa regulations; shared best practice on the successful recruitment and retention of international students; developing internationalisation strategies in universities and colleges and how to maintain and exceed international students’ expectations.

When
From: January 22, 2013 00:00
To: January 22, 2013 23:59
Where

CBI Conference Centre, Centre Point Tower, 103 New Oxford Street, WC1A 1DU, London, United Kingdom

Category

Education & Learning, Academic

Hashtag

#iise

Website

Submitted by:

Conrad

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