Tag: business intelligence

  • Australian international education market performs well in ICEF agent barometer

    The ever comprehensive ICEF Monitor has published some early results from their eight annual agent barometer survey (co published with iGraduate).

    Given the lifting on the ban on foreign agents in US institutions, it is perhaps not unexpected that agents would be referring more students to US institutions – the barometer reports that 80% of agents expect to send more students to the US.

    Australia places highly in the metric, with around about 68% of agents stating they’ll be sending students down under. Promisingly for Australia, only 27% of agents reported issues with students getting visas – down from 43% … Read the rest

  • Student mobility, international and the power of data

    Too good not to share.

    Rob Malaki, Director of AIM Overseas (an Australian company specialising in organising short-course programs for higher education students) has put together a very interesting blog on using data and analytics to empower and measure student mobility. It’s a well-written post praising the power of data for empowering good business decisions in the international student recruitment and mobility space.

    Rob makes a very pertinent point about the relationship between data and student mobility:

    So where do student mobility teams start looking to answer the data collection/analysis question?
    The starting point should be the following principle: measure

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